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Jul
2
awarded  Inquisitive
Jun
16
comment Using dimensional analysis to evaluate $\frac{d}{dx}x^n$
@tpb261: I feel like the issue here, this being a man site and all, is showing that you can't make a non-constant dimensionless function out of only $ x $. For all we know, there might be a constant $ a $ with dimensions of length such that $ c =x/a $.
Jun
16
comment I can't quite figure out this “separable equation”
Small correction: having $\ln x$ in the equation already tells us that $x \neq 0$. Instead, you should assume that $x \neq 1$ so $\ln x \neq 0$.
Jun
16
comment Using dimensional analysis to evaluate $\frac{d}{dx}x^n$
I'm wondering if this would be a better fit at Physics, or if they would tell you that it's obviously correct.
Jun
13
reviewed Approve Multiplicative inverse of $0$
Jun
7
comment How to explain the perpendicularity of two lines to a High School student?
The question is about how to explain the fact that the product of the slopes is $-1$.
Jun
7
comment How to explain the perpendicularity of two lines to a High School student?
I think you should read the question a little more. A high school student doesn't need real life examples to understand what "perpendicular" is.
May
10
answered ∇×F (Curl) of a function of 4 variables?
Apr
27
comment Have you encountered this integral?
I think you mean $P$ is the transform of $f$.
Apr
25
reviewed Approve Determinant of a sum of matrices
Apr
24
accepted Taylor expansion of a not easily differentiable function
Apr
23
answered Let $\int_a^bf(x)sgn(f(x)) + 2f(x) \ dx = 0$. Show that $f$ has at least one root.
Apr
23
comment Taylor expansion of a not easily differentiable function
@Fred: Taylor series around where? The function doesn't work for $ x\le 1$, that's the problem.
Apr
20
asked Taylor expansion of a not easily differentiable function
Apr
13
comment Difficult Improper Integral
What's so terrible about $\frac{114}{19}$?
Apr
6
revised How do I solve this indeterminate limit without the L'hospital rule?
latex
Mar
30
awarded  Quorum
Mar
29
reviewed Approve About $ \lim_{x\rightarrow 0}\frac {\sin x}{x} = 1$
Mar
13
reviewed Approve $SO(n)$ is connected
Mar
12
reviewed Approve Should an undergrad accept that some things don't make sense, or study the foundation of mathematics to resolve this?