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 Dec15 awarded Caucus Sep24 awarded Autobiographer Jun3 comment Why do negative exponents work the way they do? @ThomasAndrews Or the OP is having a slight existential crisis :) Oct30 awarded Student Oct30 revised Does The Monty Hall Problem Still Apply With Infinite Doors? added 504 characters in body Oct30 asked Does The Monty Hall Problem Still Apply With Infinite Doors? May25 answered Why is the expected value $E(X^2) \neq E(X)^2$? Apr19 awarded Critic Apr1 revised What is the purpose of Stirling's approximation to a factorial? edited body Mar27 comment How to determine the limit of this sequence? I don't know how you came up with this, but it is a smooth answer! Mar13 comment What made you choose your research field? +1 Some of the most important results in statistics are only around a century old, like the word of Fisher, Haldane and Wright. And numerical analysis has undergone a rebirth in the last 50 years. Feb16 comment What are some applications of Mathematics to the medical field? @MentatOfDune Try searching through scholar.google.com. I thought it was the link to the PDF directly, but maybe not. I know there are freely available reviews on the subject around. Feb15 awarded Editor Feb15 revised What are some applications of Mathematics to the medical field? added 1 characters in body Feb15 answered What are some applications of Mathematics to the medical field? Jan31 comment prove for all $n\geq 0$ that $3 \mid n^3+6n^2+11n+6$ This question get +1 due to the nice diversity of answers it has produced :) Jan11 awarded Teacher Jan11 answered What is the purpose of Stirling's approximation to a factorial? Dec29 comment Showing that this is a group under matrix multiplication Good point showing that A^-1 does exist in the first place for a given A. That's not automatically true. Dec5 comment Prove that the equation $x^{10000} + x^{100} - 1 = 0$ has a solution with $0 < x < 1$ IVT is easily one of the most under-appreciated theorems out there.