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Continuous, differentiablee and continuous isomorphism, homomorphism

I have very big confusions on Continuous, differentiable and continuous isomorphism, homomorphism of a FUNCTION. I am seriously looking a single example, which can explain the following clearly. ...
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28 views

Subset Sum represented as a perfect number

Can we form a set of $29$ distinct integer elements such that every subset of elements possible has a sum which is a perfect power? A perfect power is a positive integer that can be represented a p^q ...
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27 views

Can operations on arbitrarily differentiable functions form a group?

Consider the the set $S=${All uniary operations (all operations that perform on one function and give you another function, e.g $(x^2)'=2x$) on all arbitrarily differentiable functions}, does it form ...
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53 views

Transfer vector space properties to dual space

I am curious about this here (Actually, I don't know if my assumptions are true or not) a) Let $X$ be a Banach space that is isomorphic to $Y$, then $X^*$ is also isomorphic to $Y^*$. I sketched a ...
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60 views

What is the difference between diffeomorphism and isomorphism?

What is the difference between diffeomorphisms and isomorphisms? I know isomorphisms already from my abstract algebra/group theory course, and now I'm studying analysis on (sub)manifolds, where this ...
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130 views

Solving an 8th degree polynomial

I know that through the Abel Ruffini Theorem the general solution to a polynomial of degree five or more cannot be found explicitly. But are there are any other ways to find the roots of such a ...
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36 views

Notion of Derivative in Discrete Space

We are accustomed with the notion of Calculus in $\mathbb{R}$. Can we define the notion of derivative/non-derivative in $\mathbb{N}$. I was thinking something as follows: Let $f$ be a function from ...
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46 views

Solve equation of form $(d_B - 0.32)^{0.8} (d_B + 1.45)^{1.1} = exp(0.8)$ for the term $d_B$

I have the following equation: $$ \left(\frac{\sqrt{d_B}-\sqrt{d_{Beq}}}{\sqrt{d_{Bmin}}-\sqrt{d_{Beq}}} \right)^{1-\frac{c1}{c2}}\left(\frac{\sqrt{d_B}+\sqrt{c3}}{\sqrt{d_{Bmin}}+\sqrt{c3}} ...
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1answer
51 views

What will be the time complexity of insertion if a queue is implemented using two stacks?

A Queue could be implemented using two Stacks. So what will be the time complexity for insertion and deletion in this queue? Thanks in advance.
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23 views

Identifying some cyclic subgroup

Is there a fast way to argue that (for $a,b>1$ integers) the set of all $x\in\mathbf{Z}/b\mathbf{Z}$ with $ax=0$ is isomorphic to $\mathbf{Z}/{gcd(a,b)}\mathbf{Z}$? Maybe by counting the elements, ...
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112 views

How can efficiently derive $x$ and $y$ from $z$ where $z=2^x+3^y$.

How can efficiently derive $x$ and $y$ from $z$ where $z=2^x+3^y$. Note. $x$,$y$ and $z$ are integer values and $z$ is $4096$ bits integer or even more. For all $z>1$. And if equation be ...
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1answer
42 views

number of solutions of a system of linear equations

Consider a system $\Sigma (y)$ of $m$ linear equations in $n$ variables $x_1,\cdots,x_n$: $\sum_{j=1}^n a_{i,j}(y)\cdot x_j=b_i(y)$, $i=1,\cdots,m$, whose coefficients $a_{i,j}(y)$ and $b_i(y)$ are ...
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24 views

If X and Y are sequential tangents to a group G at the identity matrix, show that X+Y is also.

If X and Y are sequential tangents to a group G at the identity matrix, show that X+Y is also. Definition: X is a sequential tangent vector to G at the identity matrix I if there is a sequence ...
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1answer
103 views

When to rationalize numerator and/or denominator?

Sometimes, we have to rationalize either the numerator or the denominator, and sometimes we can still work the problem without rationalizing. So, in some cases, rationalizing can be done, although it ...
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272 views

Advanced Mathematics

I am a high school student and would like to pursue a career in mathematics and I am hoping to find a serious explanatory book on math (geometry, algebra, calculus, functions and trigonometry) for ...
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355 views

What are these physicists talking about? Dyadic green function?

I am interested in a mathematical explanation(in the sense that you say for example: is it a mapping from A to B) what a dyadic green function and the unit dyad actually is? I am reading this as ...
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81 views

Convert fundamental matrix Differential equations

I was wondering about the following: Assuming that I have found a fundamental matrix for a given ODE. How do I manage it, that the columns of the matrix $y_i$ fulfill the initial condition ...
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2answers
55 views

Proof: let $f:A \to B$ with $f$ bijective, then $f{\restriction_{C} }: C \to B$ is bijective

I need the proof of following: "let $f:A \to B$ with $f$ bijective, then $f{\restriction_{C} }: C \to B$ is bijective" Thanks in advance
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508 views

Irrational roots don't exist [closed]

I'm going through Apostol's Calculus vol. 1. It is excellent. But I was surprised to see him "prove" each number has a square root. Inverse functions like divide usually introduce some invalid ...
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1answer
101 views

bilinear form $F(A, B) = n \cdot \text{tr}(AB) - \text{tr}(A)\cdot\text{tr}(B)$, find ortogonal subspaces, that satisfy…

Define $F$ as bilinear form $M_n(\mathbb{R}) \text{ x } M_n(\mathbb{R}) \rightarrow \mathbb{R}$ $F(A, B) = n \cdot \text{tr}(AB) - \text{tr}(A)\cdot\text{tr}(B)$ Prove, that $F$ is represented by ...
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430 views

When do equations represent the same curve?

Suppose we have two sets of parametric equations $\mathbf c_1(u) = (x_1(u), y_1(u))$ and $\mathbf c_2(v) = (x_2(v), y_2(v))$ representing two 2D planar curves. When I say "2D planar curves" I mean ...
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528 views

Is the theory of dual numbers strong enough to develop real analysis, and does it resemble Newton's historical method for doing calculus?

I've been interested in non-standard analysis recently. I was reading up on it and noticed the following interesting comment on the Wikipedia page about hyperreal numbers, right after giving an ...
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56 views

Simplifying equation from an aggregate one

I have got the 4th order coefficient of $\epsilon$ from the equation (9) from the paper. I got : $$\phi_4+ \ddot \phi_4+\omega_2 \ddot \phi_2 - \Delta \phi_2+g_2 \phi_2^2+2 \phi_1 \phi_3+ 3g_3 ...
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1answer
97 views

I want to find a closed form of the sum $\sum_{i=1}^n x^{i^2}$

Is there any closed form of the following sum? $\sum_{i=1}^n x^{i^2}$, where $x$ is a variable. Calculating the sum for a first few $n$ does not give any pattern.
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440 views

Can every real polynomial be factored up to quadratic factors?

I know that you can't factor a real polynomial into $\Pi_{i=1}^N(x-a_i)$ in general. But is it possible to factor every real finite polynomial into this form: $(\Pi_{i=1}^N a_ix^2 + b_ix + c_i) ...
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2answers
122 views

What are the minimum constraints on the domain and range of a function in order for it to be differentiable?

For example if $S$ is a set with two elements $a$ and $b$, then you could define: $f : \mathbb{R} \to S, s.t. f(x) = a, \forall x \in \mathbb{R}$ Intuitively, since f is a constant function, it ...
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1answer
275 views

Antiderivative of Polynomials

I really like how differentiation is introduced for polynomials: Let $P(t) \in A[t]$ : $$D_P(t,s) = \frac{P(t) - P(s)}{t-s} \;\; \in A[t,s]$$ and the derivative of $P$ is $$P'(t) = D_P(t,t).$$ It ...
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3answers
143 views

Can every continuous function that is curved be expressed as a formula?

By "curved", I mean that there is no portion of a graph of a function that is a straight line. (Let us first limit the case into 2-dimensional cases.. and if anyone can explain the cases in more than ...
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length of orbits and fixed point

Given a dynamical system $ \frac{dx}{dt}= F(x(t))$ Then is there a relationship between the Cardinal of the fixed point of the classical system $ |\operatorname{Fix}(f^{m})| $ with $ f^{m}(x)= ...
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Preparing for reading Penrose's “Road to Reality”

I am reading Road to Reality by Roger Penrose and I although I know about calculus, complex analysis, differential equations I do not know about manifolds, Riemann surfaces and so on. Which books can ...
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372 views

Why adjoining non-Archimedean element doesn't work as calculus foundation?

Consider the smallest ordered field that contains R and does not satisfy the Archimedean property. I assume this is a much simpler construction than ultrafilters and other big caliber artillery used ...
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1answer
107 views

How to prove if P is a prepositive cone?

I am working through a Calculus book and I found an exercise, which I am not able to solve: Let $K$ be a field of rational functions over $\mathbb{R}$ and let $a,b$ be arbitrary in $\mathbb{Q}$ but ...
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2answers
447 views

Algebraization of integral calculus

It is well known that the differential calculus has a nice algebraization in terms of the differential rings but what about integral calculus? Of course, one sometimes defines an integral in a ...
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773 views

Polynomial satisfying $p(x)=3^{x}$ for $ x \in \mathbb{N}$

Let $p(x)$ be a polynomial with integer coefficients, which is not constant. Then is this condition possible: $$p(x)=3^{x}$$ whenever $x \in \mathbb{N}$. Motivation: ...