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comment How to become proficient in Calculus?
ocw.mit.edu/ans7870/resources/Strang/Edited/Calculus/… should be the correct link
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comment How to find a general sum formula for the series: 5+55+555+5555+…?
@Winther Thanks. I never thought I would learn about a word on math.stackexchange. Everyday is a new day of learning :)
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comment How to find a general sum formula for the series: 5+55+555+5555+…?
@Winther is increasibly a new word?
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comment If $ax + by ≤ bx + cy ≤ cx + ay$ then $b ≤ c$
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comment How can one prove that $e<\pi$?
Very creative and interesting way to look at the problem.
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revised Find all solutions of $1/x+1/y+1/z=1$, where $x$, $y$ and $z$ are positive integers
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comment Find all solutions of $1/x+1/y+1/z=1$, where $x$, $y$ and $z$ are positive integers
Thanks @user44197. I got 10 possible values for which k is integer actually by your approach. $(x_0,y_0,\mu)$ as ${(1,1,1),(1,2,1),(2,1,1),(2,3,1),(3,2,1),(1,1,2),(1,3,2),(3,1,2),(1,2,3),(2,1,3‌​)}$
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accepted Find all solutions of $1/x+1/y+1/z=1$, where $x$, $y$ and $z$ are positive integers
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revised Find all solutions of $1/x+1/y+1/z=1$, where $x$, $y$ and $z$ are positive integers
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comment Find all solutions of $1/x+1/y+1/z=1$, where $x$, $y$ and $z$ are positive integers
If you edit your answer, make a comment in this chain of question for some users who might look at this later
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comment Find all solutions of $1/x+1/y+1/z=1$, where $x$, $y$ and $z$ are positive integers
So basically you are same thing as @mathlove