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comment Show Green's function solves Poisson's equation
$H$ is called a fundamental solution. You might want to take a look at Fritz John book. To prove it classically, you'll have to separate the singularity at $x_0$ from the rest of the integral (using a ball of radius $\epsilon$), and then investigate the behavior in the limit. I've used the argument here
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reviewed Leave Open Prove from the definition of differentiability that the function is differentiable at 2.
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reviewed Close Prove the inequality $({1+\frac{a}b})^n$ + $(1+\frac{b}a)^n$ $\geq$ $2^{n+1}$