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answered Using Ito's formula, write down a stochastic diferential equation satiesfied by $Y_t:=X_t^2$, given both $Y_t$ and $X_t$
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answered Approximating monotonically increasing differential equation
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answered $g$ has order $n$, then $\langle g\rangle=\langle g^2\rangle=\cdots=\langle g^{n-1}\rangle$
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answered Why is T continuous?
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answered Integral-derivative issue
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answered Proof that $a^n \ne b^{n+1}, (a, b) \in \mathbb{Z}$
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comment positive linear maps of $c^*$-algebras are bounded
Are you sure that $A^+$ denotes unitization? In this context (and answering questions 1 and 2) it seems to me that $A^+$ denotes the set of positive elements of $A$.
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comment Cancellative Abelian Monoids II
Note that (think of the naturals) for three elements $a,b,c \in M$ we cannot hope that from $abc = dm$, $d$ is the greatest common divisor, instead we want something like $abc = d^2m$.
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answered Rayleigh Distribution - Density, Expected Value Question
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revised Rayleigh Distribution - Density, Expected Value Question
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revised Transformation self adjoint proof
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answered Transformation self adjoint proof
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answered Question about proof of unique solution of differential equations
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comment Meaning of the composition of functions
No, the order of execution in this example is always first $g$, then $f$, the position of the argument changes the natural way for the notation of composition ...
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answered Asymptotic expansion for the inverse of a matrix-valued function
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answered Meaning of the composition of functions
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comment Plotting Non Linear Programming functions
You want to plot the $f_i$ over what domain? As functions depending on what variables? Also citing the error Matlab gives, often helps: I got Functions must take one argument.
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answered Determine U(R[x])
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answered Point spectrum of operator on $\ell^2$?