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comment How to recognise intuitively which functions grow faster asymptotically?
@nbro there's no need to come up with the reverse reasoning: $log(n)^{log(n)} = exp\{log( log(n)^{log(n)})\} = exp\{log(n) * log(log(n))\}= exp\{log(n)\}^{log(log(n))} = n^{log(log(n))}$
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answered Is the substitution of standard angles while proving the equality of trigonometric formulas allowed?
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revised Proof that finite-dimensional Wiener process distributions are Gaussian
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revised Indefinite integral of $\sin(x)$ without using the derivative of $\cos(x)$
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comment What's the difference between arccos(x) and sec(x)
And now you are ready for: "the derivative of the inverse is the inverse of the derivative" :-)
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revised How to approach the problems in the Hoffman Kunze book?
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revised Books/Resources on generating functions
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revised Function that sends $1,2,3,4$ to $0,1,1,0$ respectively
"it will not pass for me" and "getting tired" suggest this being homework.
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