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comment Is every decreasing/increasing sequence (with n being a natural number) bounded from above/below?
@GitGud, the part after 'because' is there because if n is not in the natural numbers then an increasing sequence would not be bounded from below.
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asked Is every decreasing/increasing sequence (with n being a natural number) bounded from above/below?
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asked How can the modulus of something be less than zero?
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accepted Help understanding the solutions and answers to this inequalities question
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asked Help understanding the solutions and answers to this inequalities question
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accepted How does $|iw|=3|1-w|$ go to $|w|=3|w-1|$?
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asked How does $|iw|=3|1-w|$ go to $|w|=3|w-1|$?
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accepted Help on a homework question finding the area of a curve using polar equations
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asked Help on a homework question finding the area of a curve using polar equations
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asked How can you sketch the graph of a power of a function?
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comment What is wrong with this basic algebra/trig that I'm doing?
The correct solution is 2pi/9
Feb
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comment What is wrong with this basic algebra/trig that I'm doing?
But when I plug my solution in it doesn't equal 0
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asked What is wrong with this basic algebra/trig that I'm doing?
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revised What does it mean by “the origin is moved by the transformation” in linear transformations?
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