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 Apr15 comment Why is integration so much harder than differentiation? @spencer Haha, you are right. Thanks for the correction. Apr15 revised Why is integration so much harder than differentiation? deleted 5 characters in body Apr14 awarded Necromancer Mar29 awarded Yearling Mar25 comment Are the Godel's incompleteness theorems valid for both classical and intuitionistic logic? Poeple sometimes say that infinities are the troublemakers, which seems to be impecise in light of this answer. Or are there still infinities involved in this proof, which, if left out, would invalidate Godel's theorems? Feb12 awarded Popular Question Sep24 awarded Autobiographer Jul2 awarded Curious Mar30 answered Examples of mathematical results discovered “late” Feb11 comment Does the central limit theorem apply for random variables with densities which are not asymptotic? The normalization step is only for convenience (or even necessity) during calculation and proofs, right? And for increasing $n$ the variance converges to 0. Am I getting that right? How do we know it converges in a usable way (without a "detour")? Feb8 accepted What is the easiest and fastest way to produce a uniformly distributed random number between 0 and 9 off the cuff? Feb8 revised Does the central limit theorem apply for random variables with densities which are not asymptotic? edited body Feb8 asked Does the central limit theorem apply for random variables with densities which are not asymptotic? Jan18 revised What is the easiest and fastest way to produce a uniformly distributed random number between 0 and 9 off the cuff? added 11 characters in body Jan18 asked What is the easiest and fastest way to produce a uniformly distributed random number between 0 and 9 off the cuff? Dec17 revised Why is the universal quantifier $\forall x \in A : P(x)$ defined as $\forall x (x \in A \implies P(x))$ using an implication? Improved searchability of question title Dec17 comment Why is the universal quantifier $\forall x \in A : P(x)$ defined as $\forall x (x \in A \implies P(x))$ using an implication? Beautiful use of text color! Nov29 revised Why are all the interesting constants so small? added 23 characters in body Nov28 revised Why are all the interesting constants so small? deleted 1 characters in body Nov28 revised Why are all the interesting constants so small? added 5 characters in body