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comment Typed version of Newton's Principia Mathematica
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revised Mathematical Identity
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revised Mathematical Identity
Added explanation
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revised Mathematical Identity
added explanation
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comment Mathematical Identity
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answered Mathematical Identity
Jul
2
comment Variation of the determinant of a Jacobian
@Buco: Hover the mouse over the comment you want to delete. An "x" should appear at the end of the comment. Click on the "x". Bam!
Jul
2
comment Variation of the determinant of a Jacobian
Hi @Buco. You can only edit a comment for 5 minutes but you can delete it anytime. So the trick (for a LaTeX-heavy comment) is to store the comment in an external editor, copy&paste into a new comment, edit for 5 min, delete, open a new comment, edit for 5 min, delete, open a new comment, etc, until you are satisfied with the format of the comment. Alternatively, you can try flag a moderator, but I doubt he would be too enthusiastic about having to clean up other peoples comments.
Jul
1
comment Idempotent operators.
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Jul
1
answered Variation of the determinant of a Jacobian
Jun
25
comment Proving that $E=mc^2$
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Jun
15
comment Best mathematical object to describe speed
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Jun
13
revised Compact Lie algebras and Lie groups
beatification
Jun
13
suggested suggested edit on Compact Lie algebras and Lie groups
Jun
13
comment An attempt to Prove (or Disprove)
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Jun
2
comment How much pure math should a physics/microelectronics person know
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Jun
2
comment Open problems in applications of lie groups to differential equations
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May
26
comment Why can't you add apples and oranges, but you can multiply and divide them?
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May
26
comment Analytical solutions of Thomas Fermi equation
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May
19
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