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Apr
26
asked What values the coeff can take if the system is consistent?
Apr
15
asked Need an example of a number in $\mathbb C^5$
Apr
12
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Mar
16
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Mar
10
asked Solve the equation $\left\lvert x - 1 \right\rvert=1-x$
Mar
9
comment Confusion in Definition of a complete ordered field
@PatrickStevens, pls see example added
Mar
9
revised Confusion in Definition of a complete ordered field
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Mar
9
asked Confusion in Definition of a complete ordered field
Mar
8
comment Why definition of bounded variable needs us to check values only after certain values?
@BenjaminLindqvist, I have created a room "temp-created-room"
Mar
8
comment Why definition of bounded variable needs us to check values only after certain values?
@BenjaminLindqvist, can you pls come on chat for 5 mins?
Mar
8
comment Why definition of bounded variable needs us to check values only after certain values?
@BenjaminLindqvist, I have attached the page in my question
Mar
8
revised Why definition of bounded variable needs us to check values only after certain values?
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Mar
8
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revised Why definition of bounded variable needs us to check values only after certain values?
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Mar
7
comment How to choose $\epsilon$ for limit of a variable?
I am also not getting my doubts cleared, suppose $x = 2$ and $a=1.99$, then $|x-a|= 0.01$ and let $\epsilon= 0.001$, then $|x-a| \nless \epsilon$, then $a$ is not the limit of $x$
Mar
7
comment How to choose $\epsilon$ for limit of a variable?
but then for bigger $\epsilon$, $|x-a_1|$ and $|x-a_2|$ both will be less than chosen $\epsilon$, then which one is the limit?
Mar
7
asked How to choose $\epsilon$ for limit of a variable?
Mar
3
comment How to graph a Quadratic equation.
@ClaudeLeibovici, thanx, desmos did not refresh :), they both produce the same graph
Mar
3
comment How to graph a Quadratic equation.
@ClaudeLeibovici, Strange!, graphing $y=\frac{(x-1100)^2}{10000}+76$ and the expression in the question both produce different graphs when they both are equivalent
Mar
2
comment Why definition of bounded variable needs us to check values only after certain values?
@par, same thing can be said if x was any other type of number