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Feb
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answered Bounding a function of norms on the unit cube
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revised Is there a sequence such that $a_n\to0$, $na_n\to\infty$ and $\left(na_{n+1}-\sum_{k=1}^n a_k\right)$ is convergent?
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Nov
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answered Is there a sequence such that $a_n\to0$, $na_n\to\infty$ and $\left(na_{n+1}-\sum_{k=1}^n a_k\right)$ is convergent?
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Sep
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answered Integrable slowly varying function
Aug
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comment Prove the theorem on analytic geometry in the picture.
In higher dimensions, the analog is the Steiner formula which provides a polynomial expansion for the volume of the ``$t$-fattening'' of any convex set $K$ by the unit ball $B$: $$Vol_n(K+tB) = \sum_{j=0}^n \binom{n}{j} W_j(K)t^j ,$$ where the coefficients $W_j(K)$ are characterized by Hadwiger's valuation theorem.
Jul
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comment Have I just discovered an easy way to square numbers?
@Anoneemus I think your insight is fun, thanks for sharing it. Seems to me it often can be faster and easier to remember to add $x$ and its successor than to remember to add $2x+1$.
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answered What was the book that opened your mind to the beauty of mathematics?
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comment $p_n(x)=p_{n-1}(x)+p_{n-1}^{\prime}(x)$, then all the roots of $p_k(x)$ are real
@Edwin I believe $p_0(x)$ is just some arbitrary polynomial, and is taken here to be of degree $m$.
May
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comment counterexample for ill posedness of the laplace equation
"Laplace's equation" would be most accurate.
May
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comment Differentiable Path of Operators and their Inverses
I'd suggest to consult one of the classic texts on operator theory for the relevant theory: Dunford and Schwarz vol. 1, or Kato's Perturbation Theory for Linear Operators, say. I think I recall that the calculation that ${\mathcal P}$ is a projection involves reducing a double integral to a single one. Basically, the point is that the contour $\Gamma$ encircles all the spectrum of $A(t)$ except zero.
May
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answered Differentiable Path of Operators and their Inverses
May
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comment Proving Taylor's Theorem by integrating n times?
Perhaps this answer to a related question will help. In short: Apply the mean value argument to the n-fold integral first to pull out $f^{(n)}(\xi)$, then evaluate the n-fold integral with constant integrand.
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Apr
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answered How prove this integral inequality $6\left(\int_{0}^{1}f(x)dx\right)^2\le 1+ 8\int_{0}^{1}f^3(x)dx$