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 Oct16 accepted Calculating P(A>B), where A and B are normal distribution Oct16 asked Calculating P(A>B), where A and B are normal distribution Sep17 comment What are the math challenges websites? Project Euler has a good bunch of problem that are possible to do with only paper and pencil. The Project Euler forum has a thread about it : forum.projecteuler.net/viewtopic.php?f=50&t=1982 those problem are probably more what you are looking for if you want math only problem. Dec3 comment Evaluating an integral that gives an undetermined infinity form Well we are using the term borne d'intégration (in French and in Quebec) to say the value at which we are evaluating it. I'm not sure if it was the exact way to say it, but that's the way it's written my textbook. Dec3 awarded Scholar Dec3 accepted Evaluating an integral that gives an undetermined infinity form Dec3 comment Evaluating an integral that gives an undetermined infinity form I see now. Thank you that was interesting. Dec3 comment Evaluating an integral that gives an undetermined infinity form I understand how you're using the squeeze theorem for the proof, but I don't understand how you get the initial condition that $e^{sR} > 1 + sR + \frac{s^2R^2}{2}$. Dec3 awarded Supporter Dec3 comment Evaluating an integral that gives an undetermined infinity form @DavidMitra that does work, thanks a lot. Dec3 awarded Student Dec3 asked Evaluating an integral that gives an undetermined infinity form Dec3 awarded Precognitive Dec3 awarded Autobiographer