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accepted How to solve this class of problems?
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comment How to solve this class of problems?
Great! I'm really grateful. I've added more questions inside my own question. Would you mind to take a look?
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comment How to solve this class of problems?
Yes. But I'm looking for some way to algebrize this kind of problem. For example, I was trying to obtain the truth table of $(a ⊕ b)Λ(c ⊕ d)Λ(e ⊕ d )Λ(f⊕g)$ - Which I obtained by switching the propositions for variables. I've obtained some results but I'm not sure on how to interpret them. And I'm also not sure if it's possible.
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asked How to solve this class of problems?
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comment Why use $(1+p)^n\geq 1+np$ to prove that the successive powers of a number $q^n$ with $-1<q<1$ approach zero as $n\rightarrow \infty$?
Sorry. Why $\frac{1}{|q|} =1+ b$? I guess that it's one equal to the other in order to adapt to the inequality and hence use it to prove what's desired.
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asked Why use $(1+p)^n\geq 1+np$ to prove that the successive powers of a number $q^n$ with $-1<q<1$ approach zero as $n\rightarrow \infty$?
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asked Does the property $a\neq a$ exist somewhere in mathematics?
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revised Before Abel's proof, what did they used for trying to find the general solution for quintics?
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revised Before Abel's proof, what did they used for trying to find the general solution for quintics?
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asked Before Abel's proof, what did they used for trying to find the general solution for quintics?
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asked What's the importance of continuous functions and continuity?
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comment Are all the elements of a map $A \stackrel {\delta} \rightarrow A$ symmetric or they're only symmetric when it's clear that it's an identity map?
@Florian Yes. A map assigns elements of one set to elements in the other set. What I'm not sure is if this map has only symmetric subsets. (Not sure I answered your question satisfactorily, though).
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asked Are all the elements of a map $A \stackrel {\delta} \rightarrow A$ symmetric or they're only symmetric when it's clear that it's an identity map?