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 Nov 2 accepted Sum of the series $\sum_{n=1}^\infty \frac{(-1)^n}{n2^{n+1}}$ Nov 2 comment Sum of the series $\sum_{n=1}^\infty \frac{(-1)^n}{n2^{n+1}}$ @Davide Can you expand on that? Nov 2 asked Sum of the series $\sum_{n=1}^\infty \frac{(-1)^n}{n2^{n+1}}$ Oct 23 asked Solving $y = xc^x + x + 1$, where c is a constant Sep 20 comment Evaluate $\int \sqrt{1+x^{\frac{3}{2}}} \operatorname d x$ We haven't learned what an elliptic integral is yet. I'm sure, from what you say, I could solve it using that method, but there has to be a way to solve it using other methods. Otherwise, why assign it? :/ Sep 20 revised Evaluate $\int \sqrt{1+x^{\frac{3}{2}}} \operatorname d x$ deleted 22 characters in body Sep 20 asked Evaluate $\int \sqrt{1+x^{\frac{3}{2}}} \operatorname d x$ Sep 18 accepted Differences in $\varnothing$, {$\varnothing$}, and $\subseteq$ Sep 18 comment Differences in $\varnothing$, {$\varnothing$}, and $\subseteq$ that's what I thought, but I wasn't sure, it sounded like a trick question to start with. Sep 18 asked Differences in $\varnothing$, {$\varnothing$}, and $\subseteq$ Sep 13 comment Truth Value of Theorems in Axiomatic Set Theory if I could +5, I would Sep 13 comment Truth Value of Theorems in Axiomatic Set Theory thank you, this was REALLY helpful! Sep 13 accepted Truth Value of Theorems in Axiomatic Set Theory Sep 13 comment Truth Value of Theorems in Axiomatic Set Theory It's a computer science class, and he went over it while discussing cardinality and infinite sets (right before set theory and powersets and such). But it really intrigues me, I like mathematics and logic. I might try to take a philo class soon. Also, I can't believe I'm catching a glimpse of the deep end of the well already freshman year, it's really exciting that I'm finally getting there. Sep 12 asked Truth Value of Theorems in Axiomatic Set Theory May 16 awarded Supporter May 16 awarded Commentator May 16 accepted Finding the limit when denominator = 0 May 16 comment Finding the limit when denominator = 0 This makes perfect sense! Thank you! May 16 awarded Editor