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revised How do you evaluate $f(x_n)$?
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revised How do you evaluate $f(x_n)$?
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answered How do you evaluate $f(x_n)$?
Apr
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comment Proof by contradiction and order of statements
@Amateur yep. I take it back.
Apr
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comment Proof by contradiction and order of statements
@Amateur I'm not sure that it's correct to say that $\mathbb{R}$ is a closed interval, although you're certainly right that it's a closed set.
Apr
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comment Proof by contradiction and order of statements
For your last note, just make a truth table and check.
Apr
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comment applications of derivatives : maxima and minima
Do you have any thoughts on this? What would it mean if the derivative of a function at a point was $10100$? What would the function look like at that point? Why couldn't that be a maximum?
Apr
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comment Problem with trigonometric equation
That problem looks pretty tough to solve analytically to me. Where did you come across it?
Apr
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comment Question about the Continuum Hypothesis
The answer to "where did I go wrong" is that OP took "Clearly this is either true or false - there either exists such a set, or there does not exist such a set" to be true, and this demonstrates that that's not so obvious.
Apr
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answered Question about the Continuum Hypothesis
Apr
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reviewed Approve suggested edit on Autocorrelation and spectral density in MATLAB
Apr
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comment If $x^2 +xy =10$ then when $x=2$ what is $\frac{\mathrm dy}{\mathrm dx}$?
do you mean "when $x=2$"?
Apr
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answered Let $n\ge 2$ be an integer. If $\gcd(a,b^n)=1$, then $\gcd(a,b)=1$
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reviewed Approve suggested edit on Linear Algebra nullSpace and multiplication
Apr
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comment Probability Equation That I am missing here
"Don't ask me why but I just logically see that it is 50% so why?" That's a dangerous way to think about math.
Apr
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answered Every n × n-matrix A with real entries has at least one real eigenvalue.
Apr
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comment Writing Series as a Telescoping Series
yes, I was mistaken, sorry :(. I realized immediately and deleted my comment.
Apr
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comment Proof by induction valid or not?
@DavidK I know. But either way, it is never correct to assume that the formula works for all $n$.