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revised Can the factorial function be written as a sum?
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comment Prove Faculty Determinant
why do you call this a "faculty" determinant? And "faculty" / $n!$?
Dec
31
revised Algebra on a Louvre tablet
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Dec
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Dec
26
comment 12th order derivative using Leibniz
OP is talking about the general Leibniz rule en.wikipedia.org/wiki/General_Leibniz_rule , not the product rule.
Dec
15
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Nov
27
comment I Don't Understand This Arc Length Formula
No, that wouldn't make sense! After all, $P_{i-1}$ and $P_i$ are points, not numbers.
Nov
27
comment I Don't Understand This Arc Length Formula
This is just notation. We denote the length of the line segment $AB$ by $|AB|$.
Nov
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revised Using Master Theorem to prove a recurrence with f(n) = Θ(n/logn)
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Nov
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answered Using Master Theorem to prove a recurrence with f(n) = Θ(n/logn)
Oct
20
revised Deal with non standard form of conic
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Oct
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Oct
17
comment “Stick it to the man!” Mathematical discoveries that resulted in persecution.
@vajra78, Agreed, my bad, deleted the comment.
Oct
12
revised Can you divide by matrix norms in an equation?
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Oct
12
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Oct
12
revised Solve the Relation $T(n)=T(n/4)+T(3n/4)+n$
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Oct
12
comment “Stick it to the man!” Mathematical discoveries that resulted in persecution.
@AsafKaragila, Thanks, you too buddy.
Oct
12
comment “Stick it to the man!” Mathematical discoveries that resulted in persecution.
@AsafKaragila , There was also a book reference in my comment, which too you have ostracized. It seems clear that you have ostracized everything but your own opinion of what happened to Cantor. Thanks for your reaction, anyhow.
Oct
12
comment “Stick it to the man!” Mathematical discoveries that resulted in persecution.
@Asaf Your first sentence is your own interpretation. For sure Kronecker did ostracize him; also see "An Episodic History of Mathematics" (Steven Krantz) which specifically mentions ostracism .