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I have a Ph.D. with a minor in mathematics and a major in statistics.


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answered Complex projections order in inner product
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comment Complex projections order in inner product
Where you say "the same vector", you mean the same as $\alpha\vec{u}$. I'd have said so. ${}\qquad{}$
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comment Complex projections order in inner product
I changed $< \vec{v},\vec{u}>$ to $\langle \vec{v},\vec{u}\rangle$ and did some other emendations. But I'm wondering why you use completely empty superscripts, i.e. \vec{v}^{} instead of \vec{v}? ${}\qquad{}$
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comment Determining the list elements of $U = \{(A,B)\in \mathcal P(X) ×\mathcal P(X)\mid A=(X−B)\}$
Why do you write \left({X}\right) instead of just (X)? ${}\qquad{}$
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reviewed Edit suggested edit on Optimization using Karush-Kuhn-Tucker conditions
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revised Optimization using Karush-Kuhn-Tucker conditions
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comment One point compactification of $\Bbb{R}\setminus \{0\}$
@NeerajBhauryal : Perhaps my answers comes closer to saying what the homeomorphism is, although it's still not explicit. But if there is a general statement that two spaces must be homeomorphic if their one-point compactifications are homeomorphic, one could then ask how to construct a homeomorphism that proves that. Maybe that's worth another stackexchange question.
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revised Prove that $F=\int_x^{x^2} \! \frac{\sin t}{t} \, \mathrm{d}t$ is differentiable.
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