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I'm a math/programming teacher and freelance programmer. My first language was Scheme, and I have a major soft spot for functional programming. I read SICP every year and do all of the exercises (so I'm pretty good at hw-type problems.)


Sep
20
asked Why is this derivative not undefined at a given point?
Sep
18
accepted Why does implicit differentiation work on non-functions?
Sep
18
asked Why does implicit differentiation work on non-functions?
Aug
22
awarded  Inquisitive
Aug
21
accepted Computing the standard part of $(3-\sqrt{c+2})/(c-7)$ where the standard part of $c$ is $7$
Aug
21
comment Computing the standard part of $(3-\sqrt{c+2})/(c-7)$ where the standard part of $c$ is $7$
Yep. I'm a moron. Thanks guys.
Aug
21
asked Computing the standard part of $(3-\sqrt{c+2})/(c-7)$ where the standard part of $c$ is $7$
Jul
2
awarded  Curious
Jun
2
awarded  Nice Question
May
2
revised Problem reconciling this proof with what I know about the Reals.
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May
1
asked Problem reconciling this proof with what I know about the Reals.
Apr
15
accepted Help verifying my proof that for any $\epsilon>0$, there exists rational $\frac{j}{k}$ such that $0<\frac{j}{k}<\epsilon$
Apr
15
revised Help verifying my proof that for any $\epsilon>0$, there exists rational $\frac{j}{k}$ such that $0<\frac{j}{k}<\epsilon$
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Apr
15
comment Help verifying my proof that for any $\epsilon>0$, there exists rational $\frac{j}{k}$ such that $0<\frac{j}{k}<\epsilon$
I didn't know about the Archimedean Property... Thanks for pointing that out.
Apr
15
comment Help verifying my proof that for any $\epsilon>0$, there exists rational $\frac{j}{k}$ such that $0<\frac{j}{k}<\epsilon$
Clarity seems to escape me. I don't know why I didn't think of that.
Apr
15
asked Help verifying my proof that for any $\epsilon>0$, there exists rational $\frac{j}{k}$ such that $0<\frac{j}{k}<\epsilon$
Apr
2
accepted Proving that if $\frac{m}{n}<\sqrt{2}$ then there exists $\frac{m'}{n'}$ such that $\frac{m}{n}< \frac{m'}{n'}<\sqrt{2}$
Mar
27
revised Proving that if $\frac{m}{n}<\sqrt{2}$ then there exists $\frac{m'}{n'}$ such that $\frac{m}{n}< \frac{m'}{n'}<\sqrt{2}$
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Mar
27
comment Proving that if $\frac{m}{n}<\sqrt{2}$ then there exists $\frac{m'}{n'}$ such that $\frac{m}{n}< \frac{m'}{n'}<\sqrt{2}$
I like this, but at this point in the book, Spivak hasn't covered limits...
Mar
27
asked Proving that if $\frac{m}{n}<\sqrt{2}$ then there exists $\frac{m'}{n'}$ such that $\frac{m}{n}< \frac{m'}{n'}<\sqrt{2}$