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comment Formal logic to prove $x+1 = 1 +x$
Do you mean $x$ ones instead of $n$ ones?
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comment primes of the form $4k+3$ and sums of squares
I searched for "primes of the form 4k+3 and sums of squares" using Google, and the first result for me was this paper which proves the result you seek. (on the bottom of page 2)
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reviewed Leave Open How many ways to make a connected graph using 4, 5, 6 edges?
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reviewed Close Finding the function of these numbers $1, 2, 5, 13, 34, 89, 233, 610$
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awarded  Constituent
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reviewed Leave Open Prove that $\int_0^\infty\frac{x^n}{1+e^{x-t}}\mathrm{d}x = \frac{t^{n+1}}{n+1} + o(t^n)$, when $t \to \infty,\,n\in\Bbb{R}^+$
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reviewed Reviewed What is the difference between Algebraic Expressions and Polynomials?
Dec
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reviewed Leave Open Some help to prove the series converges
Dec
18
reviewed Close Geometry problem.
Dec
18
comment What's $\int \frac{1}{\sqrt{25-x^2}}$
For any standard integration problem (i.e. textbook for AP Calc and/or Calc 2), you can assume that WolframAlpha is more likely to be right than you are.
Dec
18
reviewed Close Cantor Pairing Function
Dec
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reviewed Close Find solution of equation $(z+1)^5=z^5$
Dec
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reviewed Close Maximal value, several variables
Dec
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reviewed Close boundedness of integral of a bounded function
Dec
18
reviewed Leave Closed An entire and one-to-one function must be of the form AZ+B, A non-zero. How to rule out higher degree polynomials in z?
Dec
18
comment An entire and one-to-one function must be of the form AZ+B, A non-zero. How to rule out higher degree polynomials in z?
I think that the substantive changes in the recent edit warrant a different question, rather than simply an edit in this question.
Dec
18
reviewed Reopen How to construct a smooth function with compact support satisfying $f(x)+f(x^{-1})=1$
Dec
18
comment derivative by chain rule on wave equation pdes form
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Dec
17
comment Is this map homotopically trivial?
Welcome to Mathematics! To attract answers to your question, please add some context and background information. For example, where did you encounter this problem (e.g. a book, class, real-life)? Please also show your attempt; seeing your work helps us help you. If this is homework, please read this post.
Dec
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reviewed Approve Problem 2.7.6 in Kreyszig's Introductory Functional Analysis with Applications