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 Jan 26 awarded Popular Question Dec 2 awarded Notable Question Oct 25 awarded Notable Question Jun 13 awarded Popular Question Jun 1 awarded Famous Question May 15 awarded Popular Question Apr 8 comment Conceptual question on Probability Yes, I know there's some kind of psychology in this question. @krirkrirk pointed an interesting fact, I haven't minded that there are more 'sparse' subsets than 'contiguous' ones. It's know that most people aren't aware of this, but maybe by intuition, they believe it, which turns out to be true. Apr 8 asked Conceptual question on Probability Oct 30 awarded Popular Question Sep 22 comment Doubt on Fundamental Limit reduction Got it, thank you. Sep 22 comment Doubt on Fundamental Limit reduction Then we have $\lim_x{\sin{y}}{x}$, but this squeeze theorem isn't only true when the sine argument is equals to function denominator ? Sep 22 comment Doubt on Fundamental Limit reduction This rule only states for what you shown with \alpha, the sine argument must be equals to it's denominator ? And how about when we can't separate the denominator in a multiplication which does not affect the result ? like sin(4x)/sin(3x). Sep 22 asked Doubt on Fundamental Limit reduction Sep 10 comment Limit factoring noticed it. Thank you. Sep 10 accepted Limit factoring Sep 10 comment Limit factoring As x -> 7, 3(7 - x) = 0. Sep 10 comment Limit factoring With this multiplication, the upper side will become 0. Sep 10 comment Limit factoring yes @amWhy, I had another typo, sorry. Sep 10 revised Limit factoring edited body Sep 10 comment Limit factoring sorry, I had a typo, fixed now.