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revised How to calculate the expected number of times a specific pattern appears in a set of n numbers of Bernouilli trials?
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answered How to calculate the expected number of times a specific pattern appears in a set of n numbers of Bernouilli trials?
Oct
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answered Complex Measures: Total Variation Measure Decomposition
Oct
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comment What is a mathematical statement?
What's the difference between apples and oranges? You need to add more depth to your question if you expect a serious answer.
Oct
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comment A Doubt on Stolarsky's theorem .
Please post all this into the question body.
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answered A Doubt on Stolarsky's theorem .
Sep
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answered A basis for a plane containing the origin.
Sep
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awarded  Mortarboard
Sep
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answered Finding the cumulative distribution
Sep
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comment Wikipedia wrong? Convergence of finite difference
@Erik Wong: dividing the equation by $h$ is senseless unless you first move $f(x)$ to the left side, then implying the limit converges to $f'(x)$. And $o(1)$ goes to 0. Notice if you have two derivatives available the error would be precisely $O(h)$
Sep
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answered An inequality problem..
Sep
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reviewed Approve suggested edit on Wikipedia wrong? Convergence of finite difference
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revised Wikipedia wrong? Convergence of finite difference
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Sep
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answered Wikipedia wrong? Convergence of finite difference
Sep
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answered Good Reference for Justifying (less well-known fields of) Math?
Sep
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comment Good Reference for Justifying (less well-known fields of) Math?
At the risk of being brief, why doesn't Wikipedia fit your criteria? Otherwise for many large areas of research, there are plenty of overview papers which talk about past and future research directions.
Sep
25
comment Solving a problem of Ramanujan's interest
Your integral is 0: it's an odd function.
Sep
25
comment The convergence in Bounded Variation functions
I wrote the proof in my comment. If something is true for all $x\in\Omega$, and $V\subset \Omega$ then it's true for all $x\in V$. Again, I feel like something is off in the problem statement.
Sep
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revised Is the number of subsequential limits of a sequence always countable
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answered Is the number of subsequential limits of a sequence always countable