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revised Is there anything wrong in the following proof?
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reviewed Approve Group of exponent $2$.
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revised Double dual of the space $C[0,1]$
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reviewed Approve Dense subspaces of the space $L^p(0,T;X)$
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reviewed Approve calculating the standard error of the mean?
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reviewed Approve Probability of an event based on percentage in fixed lapse of time.
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reviewed Approve Normal Approximation to the Binomial
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reviewed Approve Binomial distribution births
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comment Equidistant sequence in a normed space
Would you mind accepting one of the answers, please?
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comment Double dual of the space $C[0,1]$
Please see also math.stackexchange.com/a/1578784/17929 and math.stackexchange.com/questions/1532956/…
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answered What are some surprising appearances of $e$?
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comment Fixed points theorem applications
What is your question?
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answered Examples of bounded linear operators with range not closed
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comment Is $C[0,1]$ reflexive?
@Jochen, if it were reflexive $C[0,1]^{**}$ and hence $C[0,1]^*$ would be separable.
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reviewed Approve Different Ids on mars
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reviewed Approve How many ambiguous dates exist?
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reviewed Approve The skewness coefficient for given pdf?
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revised How to prove that compact subspaces of the Sorgenfrey line are countable?
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comment Is $C[0,1]$ reflexive?
One has $C[0,1]^{**} \cong (\bigoplus_{i\in I}L_\infty(\mu_i))_{\ell_\infty(I)}$, where $(\mu_i)_{i\in I}$ is a maximal family of pairwise singular probability measures on $[0,1]$.
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reviewed Approve Number of words of length $n$ on the alphabet $a,b,c$ recurrence.