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Jan
26
revised Prove that if $y>1$, then $\forall M\in\mathbb{R}$, there exists an $N$ in the natural numbers s.t. $n\geq N$ implies $y^n>M$.
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Jan
25
revised Prove that if $y>1$, then $\forall M\in\mathbb{R}$, there exists an $N$ in the natural numbers s.t. $n\geq N$ implies $y^n>M$.
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Jan
25
answered Prove that if $y>1$, then $\forall M\in\mathbb{R}$, there exists an $N$ in the natural numbers s.t. $n\geq N$ implies $y^n>M$.
Jan
25
answered Why is it ok to factor an equation with no limit so it has a limit?
Jan
23
awarded  Yearling
Jan
21
revised Elementary proofs of prime gap theorems?
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Jan
21
answered Binomial Expansion where N is negative
Jan
21
answered Regular vs Nonregular language
Jan
21
comment Regular vs Nonregular language
What does "T C S" mean? Is that supposed to indicate subset?
Jan
21
revised Elementary proofs of prime gap theorems?
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Jan
21
comment Elementary proofs of prime gap theorems?
That doesn't answer the question though
Jan
21
comment Elementary proofs of prime gap theorems?
Do you take issue with my answer, or only that j think you're claim about every mathematician's intuition is silly?
Jan
21
answered Elementary proofs of prime gap theorems?
Jan
21
answered Greatest common divisor of an integer 'a' and it's sum with 2.
Jan
21
comment Proving language as regular
What does the circle mean?
Jan
18
revised Prove that $n^2+n+41$ is prime for $n<40$
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Jan
18
comment Division of natural numbers
Try inducting on the number of digits of the natural number
Jan
18
reviewed Approve Division of natural numbers
Jan
7
answered a.e. convergence of a piecewise constant function $f_h(t)=\left\lfloor \frac{t}{h} \right\rfloor \cdot h$