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Aug
30
revised is $\{(x,y) : x,y \in \mathbb{Z} \}$ a closed set?
Just using prettier norm notation :-)
Aug
30
suggested suggested edit on is $\{(x,y) : x,y \in \mathbb{Z} \}$ a closed set?
Aug
27
comment Counting Question
Choose the even number first, then select the other numbers.
Aug
27
comment Reproducing Kernel Hilbert Spaces for Dummies
That's pretty much what it seems to be if I read that paragraph in the paper correctly.
Aug
27
answered Let E = $\{x\in \mathbb{Q}: x>0$ and $x^2 <2\}$. Prove E does not have a largest element.
Aug
25
comment How to show that $\{\sqrt m - \sqrt n : m,n \in \mathbb N\}$ is dense in $\mathbb R$?
math.stackexchange.com/questions/275047/…
Aug
25
comment solving equations by the method of elimination
@rahul, now multiply throughout by $6x(x+1)$, what do you get?
Aug
25
comment solving equations by the method of elimination
@rahul, are you sure your final equation is correct? Please check your equations again.
Aug
25
revised solving equations by the method of elimination
fixing equations and some text
Aug
25
suggested suggested edit on solving equations by the method of elimination
Aug
24
comment Metric spaces and openness
a] math.stackexchange.com/questions/203728/… , b] Given any set X, consider all open sets in the metric space that contain X (call them $G_\alpha, \alpha \in A$ where A is some index set) and let $Y = \cap_{\alpha \in A} G_\alpha$. Show that $Y = X$.
Aug
20
suggested suggested edit on Ratio problem to find the woman weekly salary
Aug
15
revised Relationship between lagrange multiplier and constraint
added 1 characters in body
Aug
15
comment Inequality $(1+a_2)^{2}(1+a_3)^{3}… (1+a_n)^{n}>n^{n}$
Your title and description look different.
Aug
15
revised Relationship between lagrange multiplier and constraint
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Aug
15
answered Relationship between lagrange multiplier and constraint
Aug
14
comment What is the meaning of $E[g(x)]=Pr(|x| >\varepsilon)E[g(x)|g(x) > g(\varepsilon)]+Pr(g(x) \leq\varepsilon)E[g(x)|g(x)\leq g(\varepsilon)]$
Where did you come across this? Why is there a $|x|$ in there?
Aug
10
comment If $\cos^4 \theta −\sin^4 \theta = x$. Find $\cos^6 \theta − \sin^6 \theta $ in terms of $x$.
+1 This is very clean.
Aug
10
comment Finding the $n^{\text{th}}$ term of $\frac{1}{4}+\frac{1\cdot 3}{4\cdot 6}+\frac{1\cdot 3\cdot 5}{4\cdot 6\cdot 8}+\ldots$
Yes, that is a lot more cleaner. :-)
Aug
10
comment Probability of $P(A \cup B \cup C)$.
@user2213654 subtract 1 from both sides, what do you get?