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revised Steepest descent method with movable maximum
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answered Steepest descent method with movable maximum
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comment Cylinder inside a cylinder - rotation.
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comment Equations of motion - equilibrium condition
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comment Equations of motion - lagrange
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revised Perimeter Integrals
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revised Perimeter Integrals
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comment On the Fourier transform of $f(x)=\ln(x^2+a^2)$
Minor suggestion to the question (v2): Replace the condition $a\in\mathbb{R}$ with $a>0$ in two places.
Jun
24
comment Formal decomposition of Hamiltonian into $A A^\ast$
Related question on Phys.SE: physics.stackexchange.com/q/190341/2451
Jun
23
comment relating mole fraction to molality
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Jun
22
revised consider the following subsets of complex plane
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Jun
22
revised consider the following subsets of complex plane
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Jun
21
answered consider the following subsets of complex plane
Jun
21
comment Differential equation $y\cdot y'' - (y')^2 - 1 = 0$
$\frac{(y^{\prime})^2+1}{y^2}=C$ is a first integral to the ODE $yy^{\prime\prime} - (y^{\prime})^2 = 1$.
Jun
19
comment Generalization of De Rham cohomology for spinor fields
Crossposted to mathoverflow.net/q/209604/13917
Jun
15
comment Relation between $SU(4)$ and $SO(6)$
Correction to the answer(v2): In the formula for the Pfaffian, there should be a summation over $\mu$ and $\nu$.
Jun
9
comment Righthanded ONB.
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Jun
9
comment ONB (right handed) - vector fields - green-region
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Jun
2
comment $SO(3)$ vs 3-Torus
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