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comment Applications of information geometry to the natural sciences
@Henry.L Thanks a lot for asking me this. Currently, I am not working in this area of research any more and cannot be of any help. Sorry.
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reviewed Reject Geometry triangle question
Jul
1
reviewed Approve Limit (in probability) of sequence of independent random variables
Jul
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comment Asymptotic behaviour of $\int_0^1 g(x)\exp(-nx)dx$ as $n\rightarrow\infty$
What does $\Theta$ stand for? This integral can be evaluated by iterating integration by parts obtaining a meaningful asymptotic series in $1/n$.
Jul
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reviewed Edit $\int \frac{q}{\sqrt[3]{k^3-q^3+\frac{3 }{8}q^2}} \, dq$ where $k = 0.14$
Jul
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revised $\int \frac{q}{\sqrt[3]{k^3-q^3+\frac{3 }{8}q^2}} \, dq$ where $k = 0.14$
Reformatted and fixed grammar
Jul
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reviewed Reject How many squares actually ARE in this picture? Is this a trick question with no right answer?
Jun
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reviewed Approve Linear first order ODE doubt
Jun
25
reviewed Approve Finding numbers and Arithmetic progression
Jun
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reviewed Reject Is this proof of the infinitude of primes valid?
Jun
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reviewed Approve Combination problem: retrieve four kinds of objects with restriction
Jun
15
reviewed Reject Let $S = \{1,2,…,n+1\},n\geq2$ and $T = \{(x,y,z)\in S^3 | x<z\ and\ y<z\}$. Find $|T|$
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reviewed Approve Poisson's integral equation
Jun
5
reviewed Approve Finding maximum height with given velocity.
Jun
5
reviewed Reject Riemann zeta function, representation as a limit
Jun
5
reviewed Approve $\log(1+i)=\frac 12\log2+i(\frac{\pi}{4}+2k\pi)$, where's the$ 1/2$ from?
May
27
reviewed Edit Standard integral Kähler form on $\mathbf{CP}^1 \times \mathbf{CP}^2$
May
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revised Standard integral Kähler form on $\mathbf{CP}^1 \times \mathbf{CP}^2$
Latex Fixed
May
27
comment prove $\sum \limits_{k=1}^n A(n,k){x+k-1 \choose n}=x^n$
Have you an explicit formula for $A(n,k)$?
May
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comment prove $\sum \limits_{k=1}^n A(n,k){x+k-1 \choose n}=x^n$
Use $A(n+1,k)=kA(n,k)+(n-k+2)A(n,k-1)$ that you stated was given from the start.