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 Dec 25 answered Distribute 10 white and 10 black balls into 20 distinct boxes s.t. no box is empty? Dec 25 awarded Yearling Dec 25 revised Finding power series representation format math Dec 25 suggested approved edit on Finding power series representation Dec 25 comment (Ir)reducible polynomial over $\mathbb{Z}$ What do you mean "irregularly polynomial"? Perhaps you meant "irreducible polynomial"? Dec 25 answered Monotonic subsequences and convergence Dec 24 awarded Critic Dec 22 revised Zeros of Fourier transform of a function in $C[-1,1]$ grammar Dec 22 revised Zeros of Fourier transform of a function in $C[-1,1]$ deleted 16 characters in body Dec 22 revised Zeros of Fourier transform of a function in $C[-1,1]$ edited body Dec 22 awarded Scholar Dec 22 comment Zeros of Fourier transform of a function in $C[-1,1]$ +1 for solving this in an interesting way :). See the "intended" solution posted by me. Dec 22 accepted Zeros of Fourier transform of a function in $C[-1,1]$ Dec 22 answered Zeros of Fourier transform of a function in $C[-1,1]$ Dec 20 comment Zeros of Fourier transform of a function in $C[-1,1]$ OK. Actually what I said (except that for ratio I meant product) is equivalent to the question of whether $\Im h(z)$ may grow faster than $\Re h(z)$. I'll see if I can apply Cauchy-Riemann equations. Does it even sound correct? Dec 20 comment Zeros of Fourier transform of a function in $C[-1,1]$ Everything is fine except for the missing part ... Except for the intuition that near essential singularities the function goes crazy enough, I cannot see why $\frac{h(z)}{z}$ cannot maintain an almost imaginary ratio with $\frac{z}{|z|}$ so that its image would still be almost all of $\mathbb{C}$ yet the real part of the product would remain close to zero. Dec 19 awarded Teacher Dec 19 revised Constant analytic function inside the disk format math. Dec 19 suggested approved edit on Constant analytic function inside the disk Dec 18 revised Zeros of Fourier transform of a function in $C[-1,1]$ added 580 characters in body