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Mar
10
accepted Intregration by substitution $\int \cosh(x) \sinh(x) dx$: two different solutions
Mar
10
asked Intregration by substitution $\int \cosh(x) \sinh(x) dx$: two different solutions
Oct
15
accepted What is the inside of a bracket called?
Oct
15
revised What is the inside of a bracket called?
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Oct
15
asked What is the inside of a bracket called?
Sep
5
comment Does the arccos itself contain all solutions or just one solution?
Thanks for that clearification @PaulSinclair. I have seen the first letter capitalized a few times, which now makes sense.
Sep
5
accepted Does the arccos itself contain all solutions or just one solution?
Sep
5
revised Does the arccos itself contain all solutions or just one solution?
added 6 characters in body
Sep
5
comment Does the arccos itself contain all solutions or just one solution?
@DavidQuinn Oh yes, thank you, corrected now. Luckily not important for the point of the question.
Sep
5
revised Does the arccos itself contain all solutions or just one solution?
added 3 characters in body
Sep
5
asked Does the arccos itself contain all solutions or just one solution?
Sep
3
awarded  Curious
Sep
2
answered Techniques as to solving absolute value equation
Sep
2
accepted What does the notation $11\mid a^2$ mean?
Sep
2
asked What does the notation $11\mid a^2$ mean?
Apr
3
comment Significant figures during intermediate steps in a calculation
@ADG Yes, that is the physics book.
Apr
3
comment Significant figures during intermediate steps in a calculation
@ADG Sure, it doesn't matter much. But do you know that feeling of frustation that you should know such a simple rule but apparently don't? If my kidbrother ever asks, I will not know what to say... That scares me.
Apr
3
asked Significant figures during intermediate steps in a calculation
Mar
28
awarded  Citizen Patrol
Feb
14
asked $4\times4$ determinant trick