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 Sep23 awarded Yearling Jul2 awarded Curious Aug8 accepted Integral solution of a differential equation (verification) Aug7 comment Integral solution of a differential equation (verification) I see now. Thanks. So integration by parts wasn't necessary after all... Aug7 comment Integral solution of a differential equation (verification) Yes, typo, sorry Aug7 revised Integral solution of a differential equation (verification) added 1 characters in body Aug7 asked Integral solution of a differential equation (verification) May31 comment Integral inequality (Divergence theorem) Oh, right. Haha. So I suppose I have to "derive" that identity starting with the divergence theorem. May31 asked Integral inequality (Divergence theorem) Apr26 asked Change of variables, chain rule Nov6 comment Deciding whether a given set is a manifold Does it really matter? The first answer (with comments) resolved the question for me so I accepted it. When I see an answer that resolves my question I will accept it if there are no others. I think that's a fairly natural thing to do. Your answer was helpful so I upvoted it. On the other hand your condescending attitude is not appreciated. Nov5 comment Deciding whether a given set is a manifold Well I suppose it is the better of the two answers by virtue of its level of detail, but I had already accepted the other answer before yours came on the scene, as it essentially resolved the question for me. I don't know whether it's kosher to change the accepted answer after the fact. Nov5 comment Deciding whether a given set is a manifold Thanks for this comprehensive answer. Nov5 accepted Deciding whether a given set is a manifold Nov5 comment Deciding whether a given set is a manifold Ok, thanks. Can you explain why exactly the sharp corners prevent $M_2$ from being a smooth manifold? I know it has to do with a function not being continuous at those points, but I'm not sure of the details. Nov5 asked Deciding whether a given set is a manifold Oct18 accepted Convergence of $\sum (n - 1)a_n$ given convergence of $\sum a_n$ Oct18 asked Convergence of $\sum (n - 1)a_n$ given convergence of $\sum a_n$ Oct18 comment Convergence in measure implies convergence in $L^p$ under the hypothesis of domination @DavideGiraudo Ok, got it. Thanks! Oct18 asked Convergence in measure implies convergence in $L^p$ under the hypothesis of domination