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Jan
22
revised Can every definite integral be expressed as a combination of elementary functions?
Removed the word "DEFINITE" and replaced it with "definite"
Jan
22
suggested approved edit on Can every definite integral be expressed as a combination of elementary functions?
Jan
22
revised Solving permutation problem
Tried to make the formatting better
Jan
22
suggested approved edit on Solving permutation problem
Jan
22
comment How to use Hardy and Wright's text and what corresponding exercises/problem books can I do?
That was certainly helpful.But I am open to more links/advice to choose from.
Jan
22
revised How to use Hardy and Wright's text and what corresponding exercises/problem books can I do?
Corrected typo
Jan
22
asked How to use Hardy and Wright's text and what corresponding exercises/problem books can I do?
Jan
21
accepted Limit of a function satisfying an inequality
Jan
21
comment Limit of a function satisfying an inequality
I didn't quite think of that(other conditions).Either way,thanks for your comments.
Jan
21
comment Limit of a function satisfying an inequality
To be honest, I have not yet completed a first course in rigorous calculus(I am currently doing Apostol' Calculus vol I and I haven't done much of it(only hundred odd pages).So I don't think I have the necessary background to read Kuzma's book(I can't see the preview of that page either).But still thank you.I don't even know what a measurable function is.So I really apologise for my ignorance.
Jan
21
asked Limit of a function satisfying an inequality
Jan
3
answered Proving $a^2+b^2=c^2$ where $a,b,c$ are side lengths of a right triangle.
Jan
3
comment Proving $a^2+b^2=c^2$ where $a,b,c$ are side lengths of a right triangle.
Well, the poster apparently has little experience with proofs(and probably geometry) and I doubt if the OP knows about the cosine rule. :)
Jan
3
answered I haven't studied math in 12 years and need help wrapping my mind back around it
Dec
30
comment Finding pairs of integers such that $x^2+3y$ and $y^2+3x$ are both perfect squares
Oh.I just noticed.It was an edit by Shrivatsan.:D
Dec
30
comment Finding pairs of integers such that $x^2+3y$ and $y^2+3x$ are both perfect squares
How come this topic made it to the top of the list of asked questions?Does math.SE have some automatic system for bumping?
Dec
30
comment Are there infinitely many primes of the form $6^{2n}+1$ or only finitely many?
@ Pedro.Yes, I checked to find that as well.$6^{6}+1|6^{12}+1$
Dec
29
revised regarding Pigeonhole principle
Added another relevant tag.
Dec
29
suggested approved edit on regarding Pigeonhole principle
Dec
29
accepted Possibility of constructing a desirable subset