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answered Complex conjugate of $z$
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comment Prove that if the second x derivative of a homogeneous function of deg 2 exists at the origin, then f(1,0)=f(-1,0)
The claim in the title and the claim in the body of the text are different.
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revised In $\lim(x,y)\to(0,0)$ why can I change to $(x^2,x)$?
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Jan
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awarded  Revival
Jan
31
answered Greens Theorem to Evaluate curve $2\lvert x\rvert + \lvert y\rvert = 1$
Jan
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revised Showing that $|A\cap B|/|A \cup B| + |B\cap C|/|B \cup C| - |A\cap C|/|A \cup C| \leq 1$ for finite sets $A,B,C$.
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Jan
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answered In $\lim(x,y)\to(0,0)$ why can I change to $(x^2,x)$?
Jan
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revised Combinatorics Question with bridges and inability to cross over each other
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Jan
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revised Showing that $|A\cap B|/|A \cup B| + |B\cap C|/|B \cup C| - |A\cap C|/|A \cup C| \leq 1$ for finite sets $A,B,C$.
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Jan
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answered Showing that $|A\cap B|/|A \cup B| + |B\cap C|/|B \cup C| - |A\cap C|/|A \cup C| \leq 1$ for finite sets $A,B,C$.
Jan
31
answered Combinatorics Question with bridges and inability to cross over each other
Jan
31
revised Convergence of the method :Newton-Raphson.(GATE)
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Jan
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revised higher order partial derivative notation (Leibniz)
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revised Non linear recurrence relation?
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Jan
30
answered Flaw in logic of Conditional probability
Jan
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comment There is a theorem analogous to the Brouwer fixed-point for the 2-dimensional sphere?
Let $f$ be the antipodal map.
Jan
30
answered How to gain an intuition of the affine function's definition?
Jan
30
revised Are certain equations for orthogonal trajectories of a curve incomplete?
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Jan
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answered Are certain equations for orthogonal trajectories of a curve incomplete?
Jan
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revised higher order partial derivative notation (Leibniz)
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