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Graduated in Applied Mathematics and taking Master's in Statistics at UFRJ.


Nov
12
suggested suggested edit on problems on Lebesgue integral
Nov
12
accepted A deceiving Taylor series
Nov
6
revised Is it true that $n> a^2\Rightarrow n!>a^n$, $n\in\mathbb{N}, a\in\mathbb{R}$?
breaking lines to respect the margins and cancelling $(n+1)^2$ in a single step; also, as André said, you should post the solution as a solution
Nov
6
suggested suggested edit on Is it true that $n> a^2\Rightarrow n!>a^n$, $n\in\mathbb{N}, a\in\mathbb{R}$?
Nov
6
revised A deceiving Taylor series
cleaner notation with `\large`
Nov
5
asked A deceiving Taylor series
Nov
2
suggested suggested edit on Is Lebesgue's Dominated Convergence Theorem a logical equivalence?
Nov
2
accepted Is Lebesgue's Dominated Convergence Theorem a logical equivalence?
Nov
2
suggested suggested edit on Is Lebesgue's Dominated Convergence Theorem a logical equivalence?
Nov
1
accepted Removing a hypothesis when generalizing the Lebesgue measure
Nov
1
asked Is Lebesgue's Dominated Convergence Theorem a logical equivalence?
Oct
31
revised Finding a Fermat number with a given prime factor
added a step to the reasoning
Oct
31
accepted Tricky congruence question
Oct
31
revised Tricky congruence question
added info I should have put earlier
Oct
31
comment Tricky congruence question
Argh, I already knew $p|b$, I forgot to put in the "it can be shown" part.
Oct
30
asked Tricky congruence question
Oct
30
revised Is there a combinatorial proof of this congruence identity?
improved formatting
Oct
30
suggested suggested edit on Is there a combinatorial proof of this congruence identity?
Oct
30
revised Finding a Fermat number with a given prime factor
improved formatting
Oct
3
awarded  Teacher