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Economics major with math concentration at Drexel. At the same time I am an athlete. I play basketball.


Apr
7
accepted Prove that set of all points on a sphere is uncountable
Apr
7
accepted Prove by minimum counterexample that $2^n>10n$ for $n>5$
Apr
7
awarded  Popular Question
Mar
9
awarded  Notable Question
Feb
25
revised Change of variables in double integral. Finding limits of integration
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Feb
18
awarded  Popular Question
Feb
16
awarded  Popular Question
Feb
13
comment How to use Euler's primality test
Ahh man writing code for Jacobi symbol was such a drag.
Feb
12
accepted How to use Euler's primality test
Feb
11
asked How to use Euler's primality test
Dec
10
awarded  Notable Question
Nov
21
accepted Prove that set of all lines in the plane is uncountable.
Nov
20
accepted Prove that relation $R$ on a set of functions is an equivalence relation
Nov
20
accepted Prove that for $n\ge 8$ there are nonnegative integers x and y s.t $3x+5y=n$
Nov
20
asked Prove that for $n\ge 8$ there are nonnegative integers x and y s.t $3x+5y=n$
Nov
20
revised Prove by minimum counterexample that $2^n>10n$ for $n>5$
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Nov
20
comment Prove by minimum counterexample that $2^n>10n$ for $n>5$
oh right. Thanks for pointing it out. I think saying that $S=\{n \in \mathbb{Z_+} : 2^n >10n, \space n>5\}$ suffices.
Nov
20
asked Prove by minimum counterexample that $2^n>10n$ for $n>5$
Nov
20
comment Prove that relation $R$ on a set of functions is an equivalence relation
Awesome. Now, I understand everything. Thank you.
Nov
20
comment Prove that relation $R$ on a set of functions is an equivalence relation
Thanks. Very clear answer.