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 Nov15 awarded Yearling Sep30 awarded Explainer Jul21 awarded Necromancer May12 reviewed Close Convergence of series $\sum_{n=1}^{\infty} \frac{\ln^\beta(n)}{n^\alpha}$ May12 reviewed Leave Open Platonic solids and charged particles May12 reviewed Approve Find all values of $\log{(-1-i)}$ Apr29 reviewed Close Triangles having integer sides and integer area. Apr23 reviewed Leave Open Function whose inverse is also its derivative? Apr14 reviewed No Action Needed Solution to a stochastic differential equation Apr14 reviewed No Action Needed If $\mu(E_n) < \infty$ for all $n \in \mathbb{N}$ and $1_{E_n} \to f$ in $L^1$, then $f$ is a char. function of measurable set. Apr14 reviewed Close Sum from zero to -1 Apr14 reviewed Close Does $\int_a^b f(z)\ \overline{dz} = \int_a^b f(z)\ dz$? Apr14 reviewed Reviewed What are a,b, and c in $(3)/(x^3+ax^2+bx+c)$? Apr14 revised What are a,b, and c in $(3)/(x^3+ax^2+bx+c)$? deleted 4 characters in body Apr14 reviewed Approve Solution to a stochastic differential equation Apr14 reviewed Approve Solve my probability doubt? Apr14 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 Apr14 reviewed Leave Open Prove from the definition of differentiability that the function is differentiable at 2. Apr14 reviewed Close Prove the inequality $({1+\frac{a}b})^n$ + $(1+\frac{b}a)^n$ $\geq$ $2^{n+1}$ Apr14 reviewed Leave Open Analysis: Prove the converse