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Jul
29
comment Solve for $x$ - Logarithm Equation $\ln x+\ln(x+1)=\ln 2$
-1 removed but I still think the other answers are better considering the difficulties that the OP is having... I can't remove it at the moment.
Jul
29
comment Solve for $x$ - Logarithm Equation $\ln x+\ln(x+1)=\ln 2$
Yes but I think that your answer should probably address that point.
Jul
29
comment Solve for $x$ - Logarithm Equation $\ln x+\ln(x+1)=\ln 2$
...however $x(x+1)$ isn't ...
Jul
29
comment Solve for $x$ - Logarithm Equation $\ln x+\ln(x+1)=\ln 2$
$-2$ is not a solution... -1
Jul
22
revised Is this system of inequalities (and equality) tractable?
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Jul
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accepted The Irreducible Corepresentations of the eight-dimensional Kac-Paljutkin Quantum Group
Jul
22
answered The Irreducible Corepresentations of the eight-dimensional Kac-Paljutkin Quantum Group
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accepted A little bit of Intuition for Corepresentations from Representations
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answered A little bit of Intuition for Corepresentations from Representations
Jul
22
comment Why do we want the Periodic Points to be dense for a Chaotic Map?
@MarkMcClure would you like to turn your comments into an answer that I would accept?
Jul
22
comment Showing a basis for a polynomial
The long way around is to write any vector in $P_4$ as $p(z)=\sum_ia_iz^i$ and solve this equal to $\sum_i\alpha_i g_i$ where the $g_i$ are the elements of your set above. You should find a unique solution of $\alpha_i$... you might be able to salvage this from your linear independence proof actually.
Jul
22
comment Is there no such identity as $\csc^2+\sec^2=1$?
Use brackets for $1/(\sin^2 x+\cos^2 x).$
Jul
21
comment Are there sets $S\subseteq\Bbb N$ which are provably non-empty, but we don't know what is $\min S$?
@AsafKaragila I voted to reopen... this is not a duplicate of that question... that question is arguably a subquestion of this one.
Jul
21
comment Are there sets $S\subseteq\Bbb N$ which are provably non-empty, but we don't know what is $\min S$?
Plenty of singleton sets here: math.stackexchange.com/questions/1315615/…
Jul
21
comment Is this system of inequalities (and equality) tractable?
@Dr.SonnhardGraubner it is given in the context... basically I have a formula for the distance between the convolution powers of a symmetric state $\nu$ and the Haar state that is given in terms of even powers of the five expressions above... if the above are less than one in absolute value the distance goes to zero.
Jul
21
comment Is this system of inequalities (and equality) tractable?
Well the ELEVEN inequalities are above as is the equality so...
Jul
21
comment Is this system of inequalities (and equality) tractable?
Eh, basically Reduce[{the six inequalities and one equality}]... I used $\mu_i$ and $x$ and $z$.
Jul
21
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