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 Apr 5 awarded Yearling Jan 20 accepted Graded Leibniz's Law for Schouten bracket Sep 30 awarded Tumbleweed Sep 23 revised Graded Leibniz's Law for Schouten bracket edited tags Sep 23 asked Graded Leibniz's Law for Schouten bracket Sep 20 awarded Nice Question Sep 15 comment $L^2$ norm for difference of translation of disjoint interval Thanks you very very much! Parsevel led me to a dead end. Sep 15 accepted $L^2$ norm for difference of translation of disjoint interval Sep 15 revised $L^2$ norm for difference of translation of disjoint interval deleted 37 characters in body; edited title Sep 15 comment How can $\sum_{n=a}^b n^{1.5}$ be expressed in closed form? I think this could be defined by using the Hurwitz zeta function by $\zeta(1.5,a)-\zeta(1.5,b+1)$,Not sure if this is what you like. Sep 15 asked $L^2$ norm for difference of translation of disjoint interval Aug 19 reviewed Approve The weak star convergence of Jordan decomposition Aug 19 revised Prove that the integral of logarithm of certain function goes to infinity added 34 characters in body Aug 19 comment Prove that the integral of logarithm of certain function goes to infinity @A.G. Oh yeah, I'm sorry, I have missed a condition. Aug 19 asked Prove that the integral of logarithm of certain function goes to infinity Aug 19 comment Prove that there exists an analytic function $g$ such that derivative takes maximum @DavidC.Ullrich Thanks! And when I know the local boundedness, I should apply Montel. And note that the derivative of a normal family is also normal, thus $\mathcal{F}'''$ is normal! It's a pity that I totally missed this this afternoon... Aug 19 comment Prove that there exists an analytic function $g$ such that derivative takes maximum @DavidC.Ullrich Yeah, just use the Mobius transform $\frac{z-1}{z+1}$, and then use Montel to show that $\mathcal{F}$ is a normal family, and thus $\mathcal{F}'''$ is a normal family? Aug 19 asked Prove that there exists an analytic function $g$ such that derivative takes maximum Jul 10 awarded Popular Question Jun 8 accepted Expected value of the distance square