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Dec
4
accepted Use Substitution or partial integration to solve $\int x\sqrt{1-x^2}\,dx$
Nov
6
asked Use Substitution or partial integration to solve $\int x\sqrt{1-x^2}\,dx$
Jun
26
asked Spherical object with n vertices and no coordinate singularities
Jan
6
comment Proof that an inverse of a possibly noncomputable function is possibly not decidable
About the first one: that's just what I meant, it's finite in either case (it doesn't depend on f's definition).
Jan
6
awarded  Supporter
Jan
6
comment Proof that an inverse of a possibly noncomputable function is possibly not decidable
Yes, that was me. Well, I guess the answer(that f^-1 could just give me anything) just seemed a bit too "obvious" to me :) Thanks anyways.
Jan
6
accepted Proof that an inverse of a possibly noncomputable function is possibly not decidable
Jan
6
asked Proof that an inverse of a possibly noncomputable function is possibly not decidable
Oct
20
awarded  Editor
Oct
20
awarded  Scholar
Oct
20
revised Prove that a formal language is infinite
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Oct
20
accepted Prove that a formal language is infinite
Oct
20
awarded  Student
Oct
20
asked Prove that a formal language is infinite
Jan
8
awarded  Autobiographer