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Mar
5
accepted If a measure only assumes values 0 or 1, is it a Dirac's delta?
Mar
4
asked If a measure only assumes values 0 or 1, is it a Dirac's delta?
Nov
22
awarded  Yearling
Nov
18
awarded  Curious
Nov
17
accepted How to calculate $\log_p x$ in p-adic analysis?
Nov
17
asked How to calculate $\log_p x$ in p-adic analysis?
Jun
14
revised Prove that this set is open
fixed typo eq 2
May
6
revised How to prove a Fibonacci inequality using Strong Induction?
improved formatting a lot, fixed typos, no thanks
May
6
suggested approved edit on How to prove a Fibonacci inequality using Strong Induction?
May
6
comment Find the “surface vertices” of a collection of points.
Look at here stackoverflow.com/questions/838761/…
May
6
revised Roll one ellipse on another: Locus of center ever a circle?
fixed typo
May
6
suggested approved edit on Roll one ellipse on another: Locus of center ever a circle?
May
4
awarded  Autobiographer
May
3
revised Solve polynomial equation in $\mathbb{C}[x]$
fixed typos
May
3
suggested approved edit on Solve polynomial equation in $\mathbb{C}[x]$
May
3
comment Solve polynomial equation in $\mathbb{C}[x]$
Wow, slap in my face ;) I was really near! Beautiful solution BTW.
May
3
accepted Solve polynomial equation in $\mathbb{C}[x]$
May
3
revised Showing $\xi$ exists with certain restrictions
typo on title
May
3
suggested approved edit on Showing $\xi$ exists with certain restrictions
May
3
comment For $ x^3+y^2= 2x^2y+2 $ Find $\frac{dy}{dx}$ and the slope of the tangent to the curve at $(-1,-1)$
Deriving $2x^2y$ you get $4xy+2x^2y'$