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answered Additive closure in the set of all functions $f \in \mathcal{F}(S,\mathbb{F})$ such that $f(s)=0$ for all but a finite number of elements of $S$
May
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answered Is there an endomorphism $F$ and a vector $v$, such that $F$-invariant $span\{v, F(v), F^2(v), …\}$ is decomposable
May
7
reviewed Reject and Edit Polynomial with a prime number as a root
May
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revised Polynomial with a prime number as a root
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May
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answered Polynomial with a prime number as a root
May
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answered Analysis of Algorithms - Big O Notation Equivalences - Limits
May
7
revised continuity and pointwise convergence
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May
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answered General Formula of the $n$th Derivative for $f(x) = xe^{2x}$
May
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comment Integral of $e^{2\sin x}$
This integral is not elementary. The antiderivative of $\exp\bigl(2\sin x\bigr)$ cannot be written explicitly in elementary functions.
May
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comment Isomorphism of a product $C_n \times C_m$ of cyclic groups with the cyclic group $C_{mn}$
The first two groups are isomorphic, just reorder the elements: escarbille.free.fr/group/?g=6_2b&z=0|5|1|3|2|4
May
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reviewed Looks OK Regex for strings with no three identical consecutive characters
May
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reviewed Leave Open Find density function of $X + Y$ , where $X, Y$ random variables.
May
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reviewed Leave Open 2 Second Pendulum Length on The Moon
May
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reviewed Leave Open $X$ is normal matrix and $AX=XB$ and $XA=BX$.why $A{X^*} = {X^*}B$ and ${X^*}A = B{X^*}$?
May
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reviewed Leave Open Application of Ito's formula
May
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reviewed Leave Open Order-preserving map of regressive functions on $\omega_1$
May
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reviewed Close show $(x+1)^p = x^p$ + 1 (mod p)
May
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reviewed Close Exponential Probability Question
May
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reviewed Leave Open Describe a PDA that accepts the language L = {w | w = a^n b^n c^n , N > 0}
May
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comment abstract algebra , ideal of a ring of matrices .
$\pi$ is onto ... given $r+I \in R/I$, then $\pi(r) = r+I$.