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accepted What does $\mu^{2}$ mean?
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comment What does $\mu^{2}$ mean?
+1, I like that better than using $|\cdot|$.
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asked What does $\mu^{2}$ mean?
May
22
comment What's wrong with l'Hopital's rule?
+1 for ...leaving intuition and actual thought undisturbed.
May
21
revised Is this ordered square mathematically interesting?
cleaned up syntax
May
21
comment Is this ordered square mathematically interesting?
@jgon, the pattern is very rigid and I would like to know if one could claim that this pattern always exists, i.e., is immutable. I have two more squares that behave in a similar manner. This is an area of math with which I'm not familiar.
May
21
revised Is this ordered square mathematically interesting?
Showed rotated example, changed tag, clarified the order descriptions.
May
13
revised Is this ordered square mathematically interesting?
added comment re: new question
May
13
revised Is this ordered square mathematically interesting?
added additional info
May
12
comment Is this ordered square mathematically interesting?
@GFauxPas, Ordered refers to ascending order of the values, i.e., like an ordered list.
May
12
revised Is this ordered square mathematically interesting?
changed title
May
12
asked Is this ordered square mathematically interesting?
May
9
comment Internal polygon formed by drawing diagonals in a regular polygon
![en.wikipedia.org/wiki/… should have a little info. Scroll down to Polygon approximation to a circle
May
9
accepted Is there an opposite to the Squeeze theorem?
May
9
comment Is there an opposite to the Squeeze theorem?
@JonMarkPerry, Yes, that is the squeeze.
May
9
revised Is there an opposite to the Squeeze theorem?
added link
May
9
comment Is there an opposite to the Squeeze theorem?
@JonMarkPerry, It's called a random walk.
May
9
comment Is there an opposite to the Squeeze theorem?
@HenningMakholm, how is this?
May
9
revised Is there an opposite to the Squeeze theorem?
added new analogy and improved the first one
May
9
asked Is there an opposite to the Squeeze theorem?