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Sophomore Graduate Student in Mathematics


Oct
22
suggested approved edit on Give a basis for $\mathrm{Ker}(T)$ and $\mathrm{Im}(T)$ of the linear transformations
Oct
19
suggested rejected edit on how to prove if $a|b$ and $b\neq 0$, then $|a|\leq|b|$
Oct
19
revised Number of songs sung.
Correct Grammar and Removed all Caps.
Oct
19
suggested approved edit on Number of songs sung.
Oct
18
comment How to solve this equation:$\sqrt{x-\sqrt{x-\sqrt{x-\sqrt{x-5}}}}=5$
@vesszabo No, he uses it in this direction, but goes upto infinity, however, I am not sure of the formal justification of the step.
Oct
18
comment How to solve this equation:$\sqrt{x-\sqrt{x-\sqrt{x-\sqrt{x-5}}}}=5$
The logic is similar to $\sqrt{x-5} =5 \implies \sqrt{x-\sqrt{x-5}} = 5$
Oct
5
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Oct
5
revised Prove that exists a unique subgroup $H$ of $G$ has order of $n$.
Corrected a minor grammatical error in the title and the text and tagged the question with abstract algebra tag to better mirror the background.
Oct
5
suggested approved edit on Prove that exists a unique subgroup $H$ of $G$ has order of $n$.
Oct
4
comment Dual basis of a shrinking unconditional basis
@TrzyTrypy You can delete the question yourself and that would be the best method to do so.
Sep
28
comment Cycling Digits puzzle
Added some more explanation. I hope it is more clear now.
Sep
28
revised Cycling Digits puzzle
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revised Cycling Digits puzzle
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Sep
28
comment Cycling Digits puzzle
@PerManne Yup. Sorry about that, I was going to update it.
Sep
28
answered Cycling Digits puzzle
Sep
28
revised Combinatorial argument to prove the recurrence relation for number of derangements
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Sep
28
answered Combinatorial argument to prove the recurrence relation for number of derangements