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revised convergence of $\prod_{n=1}^\infty (1-\frac{z}{n!})$
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Jan
17
reviewed Close Simplifying a hyperbolic trigonometric expression
Jan
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reviewed Close let $x$ be in finite group $G$ and let order of $x$ is $p$. If $h^{-1}xh = x^{10}$ for a finite group show that $p=3$
Jan
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comment convergence of $\prod_{n=1}^\infty (1-\frac{z}{n!})$
@corciacandy What do you mean by 'order'? If you are talking about convergence order towards the convergence of the product is uniform or punctually you can use the M test Weiersstrass to achieve uniform convergence.
Jan
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revised convergence of $\prod_{n=1}^\infty (1-\frac{z}{n!})$
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answered convergence of $\prod_{n=1}^\infty (1-\frac{z}{n!})$
Jan
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revised Proving $proj_{proj_{\vec u} \vec v} \vec v=proj_{\vec u} \vec v$
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revised $ C^p_0(B,\mathbb{X})$ is a Banach space with the norm of $C^p\!\!$-topology?
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revised $ C^p_0(B,\mathbb{X})$ is a Banach space with the norm of $C^p\!\!$-topology?
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reviewed Close Irreducibility of multivariate polynomials over algebraic numbers
Jan
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reviewed Leave Open Prove this is a Martingale
Jan
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comment if $x = \sqrt{x+1} + \sqrt{x+2} + \sqrt{x+3}$ then x =?
@user21820 yes. I did not express myself properly. I wanted to say that for each root a new root is added. Thanks for pointing.
Jan
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revised Find this limit: $ \lim_{n \to \infty}{(e^{\frac{1}{n}} - \frac{2}{n})^n}$
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revised Find this limit: $ \lim_{n \to \infty}{(e^{\frac{1}{n}} - \frac{2}{n})^n}$
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Jan
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comment if $x = \sqrt{x+1} + \sqrt{x+2} + \sqrt{x+3}$ then x =?
What do you think strange is not strange. The truth is that every time you raise squared each algebraic expressions you enter one (1) new root in the equation. Example: $x=1\implies x^2=1\implies x=1 \mbox{or } x=-1$
Jan
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comment C*-algebras: Literature?
@Freeze_S No problem. Added a more complete list.
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answered C*-algebras: Literature?