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comment Using induction to study the sequence $\sqrt{6} , \sqrt{6 +\sqrt{6}}, \dots$
related: math.stackexchange.com/questions/115501/…
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comment Using induction to study the sequence $\sqrt{6} , \sqrt{6 +\sqrt{6}}, \dots$
Part 3 should begin with, “Let $\varepsilon > 0$.”
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comment Using induction to study the sequence $\sqrt{6} , \sqrt{6 +\sqrt{6}}, \dots$
It’s bounded above and increasing… what’s the limit?
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comment Constructing Polynomial Function from Set of Points and Slopes
related: math.stackexchange.com/questions/837902/…
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answered $A=\{A,\emptyset\}$ and axiom of regularity
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comment $A=\{A,\emptyset\}$ and axiom of regularity
The set $A$ itself does not conflict with Regularity, since indeed there exists an element inside whose intersection with $A$ is empty. However the set $\{A\}$ does conflict with Regularity: there does not exist any element inside $\{A\}$ whose intersection with $\{A\}$ is empty (namely because $A \in \{A\}$ and $A \in A$).
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comment Slope of a Parametrized Curve
I'll take a look! (math.stackexchange.com/questions/1338833/…)
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comment Slope of a Parametrized Curve
@Isaac — Happy to help! Thanks for the accept. Just for future reference, it is common practice on the SE network to accept and upvote the answer you accepted. Thanks in advance!
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revised How to isolate $x$ in the inequality $3^{x+2}<5^{x-1}$
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answered Slope of a Parametrized Curve
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comment Slope of a Parametrized Curve
for the second part, think about what it means for the curve to be "horizontal"—what would its slope be? Find the points $(x,y)$ where this would happen.
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