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comment Examples of apparent patterns that eventually fail
Sorry for being three years late, but I don't see what the deal is with the $\sqrt{163}$ sum. I mean, it's pretty cool, but what does it have to do with the question?
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comment How is SO(2) compact according to this definiton?
MathWorld's definition doesn't make a lot of sense, because usually you can't cover the whole group (or manifold in general) with a single coordinate chart.
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comment How to calculate$ \int_0^{\infty} e^{-x^2} \sin x dx$ in the most simple way
@Lucian: My comment is not as useful as I thought it would be. It would work if the limits were $\pm \infty$ (of course, the integral would be zero), but it doesn't work here because after completing the square, the limits of integration are not simple. It does let you get to the Dawson function quickly, but I thought you could get a closed form solution.
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comment How to calculate$ \int_0^{\infty} e^{-x^2} \sin x dx$ in the most simple way
Use $\sin x = (e^{ix}-e^{-ix})/2$.
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reviewed Approve Consider the following limit: $\lim_{n \to \infty } \frac{\ln(1+n)-\ln(n^{2})}{\sin(1/n)}$
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accepted Does the matrix exponential take open sets into open sets?
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comment Does the matrix exponential take open sets into open sets?
@m.g.: Well, that was simple. You should post that as an answer.
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comment Does the matrix exponential take open sets into open sets?
@Jack: what about $x^2$ on $(-1,1)$?
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comment How do I take the limit of this function?
You must be doing something wrong: when I put in $2.1$, $2.01$, $2.001$, I get $15$, $150$, $1500$, etc.
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