Ron Jeremy

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bio website reddit.com/r/… location meatspace age member for 2 years, 4 months seen Jul 30 at 2:24 profile views 1,073

when someone smiles at me, all I see is an ape bearing its teethe

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 Jul2 awarded Curious Jul2 awarded Inquisitive May15 awarded Popular Question May12 asked Decision function problem based on the logistic function Apr16 asked Trouble seeing how Lagrange Multipliers are True Apr15 awarded Popular Question Apr12 revised What property of a matrix causes $\|e^{tA}\|_2$ to oscillate as $t\rightarrow\infty$? added 8 characters in body Apr12 revised What property of a matrix causes $\|e^{tA}\|_2$ to oscillate as $t\rightarrow\infty$? edited body Apr12 asked What property of a matrix causes $\|e^{tA}\|_2$ to oscillate as $t\rightarrow\infty$? Apr9 comment Prove or Disprove that $\left|\frac{e^{2i\theta} -2e^{i\theta} - 1}{e^{2i\theta} + 2e^{i\theta} -1}\right| = 1$ @ Pedro Tamaroff: I remember those times fondly when you pooped on my chest =) Apr8 comment Using the Residue Theorem for a contour integral along the Riemann sphere I'm busy nuttin', and she still suckin' Mar30 comment Limit of infinite loops of sin x as n tends to infinity Maybe use the fact that for $x\neq0$, $|\sin(x)|<|x|$. Also that $\sin(x)$ is strictly monotonically increasing on $[-1,1]$. Mar16 awarded Popular Question Mar14 awarded Yearling Mar11 revised Prove the set of sequences $c_0$ which converge to zero in $l_{\infty}$ is closed. changed $l_0$ to $c_0$ Mar11 comment Prove the set of sequences $c_0$ which converge to zero in $l_{\infty}$ is closed. you're right I mis-typed it, I'll fix. Mar11 accepted Prove the set of sequences $c_0$ which converge to zero in $l_{\infty}$ is closed. Mar11 comment Prove the set of sequences $c_0$ which converge to zero in $l_{\infty}$ is closed. damn that's slick. Mar11 revised Prove the set of sequences $c_0$ which converge to zero in $l_{\infty}$ is closed. added 3 characters in body Mar11 asked Prove the set of sequences $c_0$ which converge to zero in $l_{\infty}$ is closed.