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revised Is the canonical bundle topologically trivial?
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revised 3 Events, Conditional Independence
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revised How can I complete my solution in function problem?
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revised Convex optimization when Hessian is non-invertible
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revised Equivalent Definition of Weak $L^{p}$ (Quasi-) Norm
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reviewed Edit I am trying to find where $\sin ( \pi t) e ^{ -t } $ converges via secant method and I keep getting this error below with my code.
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revised I am trying to find where $\sin ( \pi t) e ^{ -t } $ converges via secant method and I keep getting this error below with my code.
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answered Smoothness of a vector valued function
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revised How to prove that $\ln x\leq x-1 \forall x>0$?
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revised $\lim_{x\to \frac54\pi} \lfloor\sin x+ \cos x\rfloor$ where $\lfloor\cdot\rfloor$ is Greatest Integer Function, is $-1$ or $-2$? why?
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revised $\lim_{x\to \frac54\pi} \lfloor\sin x+ \cos x\rfloor$ where $\lfloor\cdot\rfloor$ is Greatest Integer Function, is $-1$ or $-2$? why?
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revised Fastest way to perform this multiplication expansion?
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revised Solve the system of trigonometric equetions, inverse kinematics
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comment What allows us divide/multiply dx in calculus?
@Vim : That comment was not meant literally. ${}\qquad{}$
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answered What allows us divide/multiply dx in calculus?
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comment What allows us divide/multiply dx in calculus?
The short answer is the chain rule. And I think the standard calculus textbook by any of thousands of authors (differing from each other in slight variations in the shade of blue used in Figure 3.52) explains that explicitly. ${}\qquad{}$
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revised Calculate $\lim (\frac{1}{{1\cdot2}} + \frac{1}{{2\cdot3}} + \frac{1}{{3\cdot4}} + \cdots + \frac{1}{{n(n + 1)}})$
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comment Is it true that $A \in A$?
Five posted answers so far, and yet I'm the only one who's up-voted the question. ${}\qquad{}$
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answered Is it true that $A \in A$?
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revised Is it true that $A \in A$?
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