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revised Proving that $(A \cup B) \cap \overline{(A \cap B)} = (A \cap \overline{B}) \cup (\overline{A} \cap B) $
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Feb
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comment Is there a size of rectangle that retains its ratio when it's folded in half?
This article covers exactly your question.
Feb
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comment How to find the point of intersection of four parametric equations
Generally, setting these equations equal should give you where they intersect. You would also presumably have to define a period which this solution would be valid.
Jan
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comment How to integrate $(x^2 - y^2) / (x^2 + y^2)^2$
OP is asking specifically for a method of solution that does NOT require the fundamental theorem of calculus.
Dec
21
accepted How can I determine the bounds for this inequality?
Dec
21
revised How can I determine the bounds for this inequality?
Rewrote to account for some forgotten terms.
Dec
21
suggested approved edit on How can I determine the bounds for this inequality?
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asked How can I determine the bounds for this inequality?
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accepted Is this computation erroneous?
May
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comment Is this computation erroneous?
By the time that $n=100$ such that we are not dealing with purely fractional exponentiation in the function $2^{n/100}$, $n^{100}$ is already $100^{100}$ which is clearly bigger than $2^1$.
May
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comment Is this computation erroneous?
How is that true? At $n=1$, $2^{n/100}$ is the 100th root of 2, which is slightly over 1; $n^{100}$ is 1. At $n=2$ $2^{n/100}$ is the 50th root of 2, which is also slightly over 1; $n^{100}$ is enormous.
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asked Is this computation erroneous?
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