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


Nov
12
revised problems on Lebesgue integral
improved formatting
Nov
12
suggested approved 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 approved 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 rejected 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 rejected 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 approved 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