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Jun
3
comment Curl Proof Question
What exactly are you stuck on, given @rschweib's answer? What is unclear?
Jun
3
reviewed Leave Open Question concerning two independent, normally distributed random variables
Jun
3
reviewed Leave Open A primitive of that function?
Jun
3
reviewed Leave Open Rearranging the terms so that the denominator becomes the numerator
Jun
3
reviewed Close Show that the relation in set of real number is an equivalence
Jun
3
reviewed Leave Open 3D triangle computer graphics
Jun
3
reviewed Leave Open Covering one square by three smaller squares
Jun
3
reviewed Leave Open Fibonacci proof by Strong Induction
Jun
3
comment Eigen Values/Vectors of large scale data
It's totally possible to compute eigenvalues for high dimensional data. Your problem isn't the dimension, it's that you're using a 451x128 array. You need to have the same number of columns as rows to compute eigenvalues.
Jun
3
reviewed Leave Open Eigen Values/Vectors of large scale data
Jun
3
reviewed Leave Open If the arc length and chord length between two points in a circle are known , find radius of the circle?
Jun
3
reviewed Leave Open $G\times G\cong H\times H\Longrightarrow G\cong H$ for $G$ ACC and DCC
Jun
2
reviewed Close Given two uniformly distributed independent random variables what should the PDF of multiplication of them?
Jun
2
reviewed Leave Open The quotient embedding of tensor product
Jun
2
reviewed Close Simple equation for $x$ but getting no proof.
Jun
2
reviewed Leave Open Is there a conjecture with maximal prime gaps
Jun
2
reviewed Close A finite group with three nilpotent subgroups
May
31
comment Isomorphism in certain groups.
@coolpapa Yep- this is intended as a fun, Rube Goldberg type proof.
May
31
answered Isomorphism in certain groups.
May
26
comment Does every integer $n > 2$ have an arithmetic expression involving at least two consecutive integers but excluding $n$ itself?
I think the consecutive numbers version of this question is interesting enough that it deserves its own question. In the meantime, if @user127.0.0.1's answer is acceptable, please post it as an answer so that it can be accepted and this form of the question can be removed from the unanswered queue.