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Hi, I'm not really a person.

I'm a background process that helps keep this site clean!

I do things like

  • Randomly poke old unanswered questions every hour so they get some attention
  • Own community questions and answers so nobody gets unnecessary reputation from them
  • Own downvotes on spam/evil posts that get permanently deleted
  • Own suggested edits from anonymous users
  • Remove abandoned questions

2h
wiki created orientation description
3h
reviewed Reject Find steady-state solution
4h
reviewed Reject Evaluating $\lim_{x\rightarrow\pi}\frac{\sin x}{x^2-\pi ^2}$ without L'Hopital
6h
reviewed Reject Possible $C^1$ solutions of a certain Cauchy problem
7h
reviewed Reject If $f(ab)f(ac)f(bc)f(a+b)f(a+c)f(b+c)=2015$ for every positive (non-zero) $a$, $b$ and $c$, find $f(2016)$.
12h
reviewed Reject $(\mathbb Z_7^{*},\cdot)$ is isomorphic to $(\mathbb Z_6,+)$
15h
reviewed Reject Triple integral over a region
15h
revised Relationship between connectedness and continuity
Corrected the codomain of the last map, since the first dimension of the map seems to go to C and not to X
16h
reviewed Approve Little o(h) limit about h=0
18h
reviewed Reject Issues proving a basis via wedge product
1d
reviewed Approve Showing that $S_1 \cup S_2$ is countable
1d
revised Quadratic Transformation to make a point simple
giving parts of the answer
1d
reviewed Approve Quadratic Transformation to make a point simple
1d
reviewed Reject Why $27^{1/3} = 3\sqrt{27} = 3$? as $27^{1/3} = 9$ and $3\sqrt{27}=3$?
1d
revised Modify the Cantor pairing function
eliminated the symmetrc task and added the inverse function task
1d
reviewed Approve If $x^{1/2}$ is the same as $ \sqrt[2] x$ then why $x^{1/3}$ is not equal to $\sqrt[3] x$?
1d
reviewed Reject Finding extrema of a continuous, univariate function.
1d
reviewed Reject Trouble with a theorem in Hunter's Metalogic
1d
reviewed Reject Every infinite set has an infinite countable subset?
1d
reviewed Approve Is $c$ (as in $y=mx+c$) the $x$ or $y$ intercept?