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 Mar 18 awarded Popular Question Mar 13 asked solving the partial diffential ODE $y^{s} (x)=y(x)$ Mar 12 asked Fourier transform of $\log(x^{2}+a^{2})$ Mar 10 asked closed expression for the sum $\sum_{n=1}^{\infty} \mu (n)[x/n]$ Mar 9 accepted solving the equation $x^{n}-dy^{n}=1$ in integers Mar 9 asked solving the equation $x^{n}-dy^{n}=1$ in integers Jan 23 awarded Popular Question Jan 2 revised Infinite product for a generalization of gamma function edited body Dec 31 comment Infinite product for a generalization of gamma function $c_{n} (a)$ are the poles of the function $g(x,a)$ for a given 'a' real number Dec 30 asked Infinite product for a generalization of gamma function Nov 26 awarded Good Question Nov 20 accepted evaluation of this logarithmic integrals Nov 20 asked evaluation of this logarithmic integrals Nov 17 accepted a doubt with the series $\sum_{n=0}^{\infty}e^{-nx}$ Nov 15 accepted mixed limit of ·$x^{-y}$ whenever x tends to $\infty$ and $y \to 0^{+}$ Nov 15 asked mixed limit of ·$x^{-y}$ whenever x tends to $\infty$ and $y \to 0^{+}$ Nov 14 comment The limit of $m\int_{a}^{1/m} \frac{dx}{x}=0$ and $m\int_{a}^{\infty} \frac{dx}{x^{1+m}}=0$ as $m\to0$ so the limit itself does not exist ? Nov 14 comment The limit of $m\int_{a}^{1/m} \frac{dx}{x}=0$ and $m\int_{a}^{\infty} \frac{dx}{x^{1+m}}=0$ as $m\to0$ $m \to 0 4 sorry i forgot Nov 14 asked The limit of$ m\int_{a}^{1/m} \frac{dx}{x}=0 $and$ m\int_{a}^{\infty} \frac{dx}{x^{1+m}}=0$as$m\to0$Nov 14 comment Inhomogeneus recurrence relation$a_{n+1} = 2a_n+3^n+4^n$fro 4 n \to \infty$ your difference equation becomes $y'(x)=y(x)+3^{x}+4^{x}$ solve this and you will have an approximate solution