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Jul
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accepted Proof of Gauss' Law of gravitation without reference to Newton?
Jul
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awarded  Notable Question
Jun
29
asked Differentiating quadratic form containing vector raised to powers elementwise, can I avoid Hadamard notation?
Jun
25
comment What does it mean for a number to be “larger” than another number?
So here you have introduced a point of reference--0--with respect to which "farther" is measured. It might be argued that the issue of "size" is different in that no such point of reference is required.
Jun
23
asked How to find the center of a log spiral?
Jun
18
comment Is this equation a parabola or a hyperbola?
@HenningMakholm Apologies to Merton and Shiller. Both were correct.
Jun
18
accepted Is this equation a parabola or a hyperbola?
Jun
18
comment Is this equation a parabola or a hyperbola?
@HenningMakholm Thanks! I just realized I may have slandered poor Merton. See edit.
Jun
18
revised Is this equation a parabola or a hyperbola?
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Jun
18
asked Is this equation a parabola or a hyperbola?
Jun
17
comment Numbers and reality
youtube.com/watch?v=VUdFdlQNfpg
Jun
16
asked Looking for a “Black-Scholes-esque” expression for $E[\max(V-K,Y)]$
Jun
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accepted Evaluating $E[\max(X,Y)]$
Jun
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asked Evaluating $E[\max(X,Y)]$
Jun
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asked What is the Euler Lagrange condition for SDEs?
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awarded  Nice Question
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awarded  Popular Question
Jan
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accepted How to express $E[\max(x,y)]$ as an integral?
Jan
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comment How to express $E[\max(x,y)]$ as an integral?
@Math1000 In the last two displayed equations, shouldn't $x$ be $w$? If not, then I think there is a conflict between your answer and that of Andre Nicolas?
Dec
31
comment How to express $E[\max(x,y)]$ as an integral?
@AndréNicolas Let's say yes for now.