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Sep
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awarded  Autobiographer
Mar
24
revised Is $\varnothing^0 = \varnothing^\varnothing$?
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Mar
23
comment What is $ \lim_{x \to 0} \log_0(x) $?
The explanation provided in your later edit makes the most sense regarding what is happening here.
Mar
23
accepted What is $ \lim_{x \to 0} \log_0(x) $?
Mar
23
accepted Is $\varnothing^0 = \varnothing^\varnothing$?
Mar
22
asked Is $\varnothing^0 = \varnothing^\varnothing$?
Mar
20
asked What is $ \lim_{x \to 0} \log_0(x) $?
Feb
7
accepted The 'formal' way to prove equivalence?
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asked The 'formal' way to prove equivalence?
Nov
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accepted What does 'the forward theorem' refer to?
Nov
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revised What does 'the forward theorem' refer to?
added full proof
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awarded  Editor
Nov
5
comment What does 'the forward theorem' refer to?
@WillHunting I have updated the question with more from the textbook.
Nov
5
revised What does 'the forward theorem' refer to?
added more of textbook
Nov
5
asked What does 'the forward theorem' refer to?
Aug
9
awarded  Scholar
Aug
9
accepted Writing inequalities in interval notation?
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awarded  Student
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asked Writing inequalities in interval notation?
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awarded  Supporter