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asked Integer solutions to the equation $a^3+b^3+c^3=30$
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comment Probability theory required for learning statistics rigorously
Thank you a lot. You seem to be an expert in statistics so I trust your answer a lot. By the way, do you have any other suggestions for books that do statistics rigorously ?
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accepted Probability theory required for learning statistics rigorously
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asked Probability theory required for learning statistics rigorously
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comment Prove that $\forall \epsilon >0, \exists N(\epsilon) $ such that $\left| \frac{k+3}{k^2-5k} \right| < \epsilon, \forall k > N$
What justifies the last inequality ?
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comment Subset of Cantor set that isn't compact
@Vectornaut You are right !
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comment An integral domain with the factorization property and gcd for every two elements is a UFD
Your answer is great. It was just me who was confused of something not related to your answer. Thank you :)
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accepted Is the function $f(n)=\begin{cases} 0,& \text{If $CH$} \\ 1,& \text{If $\lnot CH$} \end{cases}$ $\mu$-recursive?
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comment Is the function $f(n)=\begin{cases} 0,& \text{If $CH$} \\ 1,& \text{If $\lnot CH$} \end{cases}$ $\mu$-recursive?
opps! ok, thank you
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reviewed Approve Is the function $f(n)=\begin{cases} 0,& \text{If $CH$} \\ 1,& \text{If $\lnot CH$} \end{cases}$ $\mu$-recursive?
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asked Is the function $f(n)=\begin{cases} 0,& \text{If $CH$} \\ 1,& \text{If $\lnot CH$} \end{cases}$ $\mu$-recursive?
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accepted If $f\tau$ is continuous for every path $\tau$ in $X$, is $f:X\rightarrow Y$ continuous?