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I'm an Engineering student attending the second year at the University of Naples "Federico II".
I started to approach the coding world many years ago, and now I'm looking for a project - maybe a project that implies the use of a language in which I'm fluent like C, C++, PHP (but would be great also something wherein I'm interested, like Python, Java or) - where I could collaborate after so much time spent studing, in order to discover how the real world works and increase my skills (and build brand new ones).

@: overhflow@gmail.com


Dec
10
accepted Solving a limit with Taylor Series
Dec
9
awarded  Popular Question
Jun
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accepted Domain with $\cosh(x)$
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awarded  Popular Question
Jul
15
asked Taylor expansion: $\lim\limits_{x\to 0}{\frac{\sqrt{x}\sin{\sqrt{x}}+\log(1-x)}{x-\tan{x}}}$
Jul
7
accepted How to find the equation of a line tangent to a function
Jul
4
comment How to find the equation of a line tangent to a function
@AndréNicolas, Sorry, I forget to say in which point I have to find the tangent...
Jul
4
revised How to find the equation of a line tangent to a function
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Jul
4
asked How to find the equation of a line tangent to a function
Jul
4
comment General method to find inf, sup, maxs and mins of a function
Thanks a lot for the step by step way :)
Jul
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comment General method to find inf, sup, maxs and mins of a function
Thank you very much!
Jul
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accepted General method to find inf, sup, maxs and mins of a function
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revised General method to find inf, sup, maxs and mins of a function
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Jul
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comment General method to find inf, sup, maxs and mins of a function
@ArturoMagidin, Yeah, I thing you're right :)
Jul
3
comment General method to find inf, sup, maxs and mins of a function
@J.D. :) I think to be the only italian user of math.stackexchange :p
Jul
3
comment General method to find inf, sup, maxs and mins of a function
@ArturoMagidin, roninpro: some example: $y = \frac{x^2}{1+\log|x|}$, $y = e^{x-|x^2-x|}$, $y = e^{\arctan{\frac{1}{x-1}}}$, $y = \frac{x}{2}\sqrt{\frac{\log{x}+1}{\log{x}-1}}$, $y = x\log{\frac{1}{|x|}}$
Jul
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comment General method to find inf, sup, maxs and mins of a function
@J.D. Of course I tried..