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Undergraduate physics student at Spain, working at a Software Factory (BASH and Python Development)


Jul
2
awarded  Curious
May
12
revised Probability of two real numbers satisfying a given expression
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May
12
asked Probability of two real numbers satisfying a given expression
Mar
21
comment Perfect correlation coefficient
Thanks! it gives exactly one as desired. You can post is as an answer, if you would
Mar
21
asked Perfect correlation coefficient
Dec
14
comment can an arbitrary set be.always embedded in other set?
It clearly says no specified, not don't asume any model.
Dec
14
revised can an arbitrary set be.always embedded in other set?
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Dec
14
asked can an arbitrary set be.always embedded in other set?
Sep
28
comment Incomplete gamma function
Thanks. Actually I was interested in an analytic formula, we're not going to do numerical work as fas as I know. I found that $$y^{8}\sum_{n=0}^{\infty}\frac{y^{n}}{(n+8)!}=e^{y}-\sum_{n=0}^{7}\frac{y^{n}}{‌​n!} $$
Sep
27
revised Incomplete gamma function
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Sep
27
asked Incomplete gamma function
Sep
25
awarded  Yearling
Jul
17
answered “Fixed $k$” in Mathematical Induction
Jul
11
revised How to simplify a sum with factorial?
k^2 instead of 2^k typo
Jul
11
suggested approved edit on How to simplify a sum with factorial?
Jul
10
comment Infinite composition of functions
Thank you, that made it more clear. I accepted Gottfried's answer instead of yours because of the reference recommendations, however I'm very grateful for your answer and comments.
Jul
10
comment Infinite composition of functions
Thank you for your fast comment. So your question is, if the range of $f_{n}=R_{n}$ then what is $\displaystyle \bigcap_{i \in \mathbb{N}}R_{i}$? I see more or less naively now that it should be the empty set, but I don't see how to formalize it.
Jul
10
accepted Infinite composition of functions
Jul
10
comment Infinite composition of functions
I don't see how the range of $f^{n}(x)$ tends to the empty set as $n \to \infty$
Jul
10
asked Infinite composition of functions