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Jan
17
reviewed Reopen Find the area bounded by the curve
Jan
15
comment Rank of matrix as a difference of ranks
I'm sorry, but what should I thank you for?
Jan
14
revised Z table in statistics
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Jan
14
revised How to prove that $\lim_{(x,y) \to (0,0)} \frac{x^3y}{x^4+y^2} = 0?$
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Jan
14
revised What are the errors-if any-in this 2013 published solution of the clay navier stokes conjecture?
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Jan
14
comment Factorial of $(7/2)!$
Oops, I ruined your joke by editing the title, sorry @AsalBeagDubh!
Jan
14
revised Factorial of $(7/2)!$
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Jan
14
revised Factorial of a non-integer number
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Jan
14
comment Factorial of $(7/2)!$
For half-integer values, there's this Wikipedia article which explains it.
Jan
14
reviewed Leave Open Has Prof. Otelbaev shown existence of strong solutions for Navier-Stokes equations?
Jan
14
revised Can't read integral method
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Jan
13
reviewed Close Prove that the lebesgue integrals $\lim_{n\to \infty} \int_{[0,1]^n} \frac{x_1^2+ \dots +x_n^2}{x_1+ \dots +x_n} \ d \mathrm{m}(\mathbf{x})=2/3$
Jan
13
comment Use the product rule, find the derivative $(x+6x^{1/2})(x-2x^{1/2}+1)$
@envy: I didn't say anything implying this is no place to ask mathematics questions, this place has its own rules and one of them is to use $LaTeX$ formatting.
Jan
13
comment Use the product rule, find the derivative $(x+6x^{1/2})(x-2x^{1/2}+1)$
this is your 5th question on derivatives, why don't you use $LaTeX$ formatting?
Jan
13
reviewed Leave Open probability of at least (n/2) + 1 out of n irrelevant events
Jan
12
accepted Is the matrix $R$ in the $QR$ decomposition unique?
Jan
12
comment Reference on constructing preconditions (beginner level)
Thank you for your answers and contribution, I enjoyed reading the first reference.
Jan
12
comment Reference on constructing preconditions (beginner level)
Thank you for your answer.
Jan
12
accepted Reference on constructing preconditions (beginner level)
Jan
12
comment Reference on constructing preconditions (beginner level)
Thank you for your answer, it was a bit above beginner level but thanks.