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I'm a lecturer of mathematics at the University of the South Pacific. My research interests are in algebraic topology and metric geometry.


13h
comment The powerset of the set of natural numbers - Cantor's Theorem
you won't find any such function because no such function exists because of Cantor's theorem, hence you can't find such a function, as no such functions exists, due to Cantor's theorem...
1d
answered Extending Taylor's theorem from one to several variables
2d
comment Series proof $\sum_1^\infty|a_n|<\infty$ then show that $\sum_1^\infty{a_n^2}<\infty$
think again....
2d
answered Sum and product of Cardinal numbers
2d
answered Series proof $\sum_1^\infty|a_n|<\infty$ then show that $\sum_1^\infty{a_n^2}<\infty$
Jan
21
accepted non-symmetric version of compact = totally bounded + complete
Jan
20
awarded  Revival
Jan
18
reviewed Leave Open How could we define $\cos (x)$ in terms of $x$?
Jan
18
reviewed Close How Many Sets of 5 Can You Make From 22 Elements?
Jan
18
reviewed Close Are there any mistakes in this proof of FLT
Jan
18
reviewed Close Continuity in a normed space
Jan
18
reviewed Close Double inequality with square root
Jan
18
reviewed Close Simplifying a complex number
Jan
18
reviewed Close Associative Property for Composition of Functions
Jan
18
reviewed Close Why integration by part (not partial) is considered everywhere useful?
Jan
18
reviewed Close How many function satisfy $f(x)=f^{-1}(x)$ if the $f(x)$ have only have one subtraction operation and one division operation?
Jan
18
reviewed Close Elementary set theory question regarding finiteness
Jan
18
reviewed Close Zeros of particular polynomials
Jan
18
reviewed Leave Open Solutions that are easy to sketch but difficult?
Jan
18
reviewed Close Verify stokes theorem example