# caligula

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 May18 awarded Yearling May14 awarded Caucus May8 accepted Can somebody provide an explanation to the formula of a one elementary integral? May8 comment Can somebody provide an explanation to the formula of a one elementary integral? @Artem, thank you very much! May8 asked Can somebody provide an explanation to the formula of a one elementary integral? Mar30 comment Please, I need a more detailed explanation of the particular solution of the problem with vectors @DonAntonio, thank you for the suggestion, I am from the former USSR and in our school this way of a solution of quadratic equations isn't taught. I never heard about it. Thanks. Mar30 accepted Please, I need a more detailed explanation of the particular solution of the problem with vectors Mar30 awarded Custodian Mar30 reviewed Approve suggested edit on Please, I need a more detailed explanation of the particular solution of the problem with vectors Mar30 asked Please, I need a more detailed explanation of the particular solution of the problem with vectors Feb28 accepted Please, help me to find where is a mistake in the solutions of the equation. Feb28 comment Please, help me to find where is a mistake in the solutions of the equation. @André Nicolas, I'm not sure, but as I understood this is true if we certainly know that this infinite geometric series converges. But how can I assume that from the condition? Because $1+sin(2x)$ is the exact value not greater than $2$ and not infinity? Feb28 comment Please, help me to find where is a mistake in the solutions of the equation. @André Nicolas would you mind if I ask you to elaborate your comment with possible example? I did not understand. Feb28 comment Please, help me to find where is a mistake in the solutions of the equation. $tan(x)=0$ is the subset of the $x_1=\pi k ,\space k \in \mathbb{Z}$, as I understood, isn't it? Feb28 asked Please, help me to find where is a mistake in the solutions of the equation. Feb14 accepted Is it allowed to divide an equation by an expression which can be equal to zero? Feb14 asked Is it allowed to divide an equation by an expression which can be equal to zero? Feb2 comment Missing and parasite roots in the trigonometric equation. yes, it works. Huge thanks to both of you. Feb2 accepted Missing and parasite roots in the trigonometric equation. Feb2 asked Missing and parasite roots in the trigonometric equation.