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awarded  Yearling
Nov
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revised A general question about classical and weak solutions.
Improved formulation
Nov
9
comment A general question about classical and weak solutions.
Hello again. I'm sorry for being confusing. Actually I was thinking of classical solutions and not strong solutions. My mistake. I will edit my original post and make it more clear.
Nov
8
asked A general question about classical and weak solutions.
Sep
20
comment Need help finding a good book on Riemann Geometry
Thanks, extremely helpful answer!
Sep
20
accepted Need help finding a good book on Riemann Geometry
Sep
20
asked Need help finding a good book on Riemann Geometry
Feb
21
awarded  Yearling
Feb
14
answered directional derivative sublinear of a convex function sublinearity problem to show
Feb
11
comment Formal definition of equation and unknowns
But what are the solution set but merely the values that render the predicate true?
Feb
11
comment Formal definition of equation and unknowns
I didn't say that all predicates are equations. Just that an equation can be considered to be a predicate. OP asked for the formal logical explaination of an equation and what it means to solve it. I don't believe he asked for simplification.
Feb
11
answered Formal definition of equation and unknowns
Feb
10
asked Characteristic-Galerkin convergence rate
Feb
2
comment Cannot understand this part from the textbook
Thank you, that seems correct :)
Feb
2
accepted Cannot understand this part from the textbook
Feb
2
asked Cannot understand this part from the textbook
Jan
30
comment To solve an equation
Thanks for your answers. Perhaps I didn't make my self clear in my original post. I am not interested in whether or not it can be misunderstood or not. I'm interested in the logical/formal way of asking such a question.
Jan
30
asked To solve an equation
Dec
18
comment Exercise: If $\{f(x_n)\}$ is Cauchy $\forall f \in X^\ast$ then $\exists x \in X : x_n \rightarrow x$ weakly
Thanks Norbert!
Dec
18
comment Exercise: If $\{f(x_n)\}$ is Cauchy $\forall f \in X^\ast$ then $\exists x \in X : x_n \rightarrow x$ weakly
Thanks, that was just about the amount of help I needed :)