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Nov
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revised Integration giving different answers (trig substitution)
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answered Integration giving different answers (trig substitution)
Nov
28
comment Is this a quadratic factor or a repeated linear factor?
What is the difference between the two??
Nov
28
comment How can I find the Pythagorean hypotenuse which gives a maximum Pythagorean triangles?
See en.wikipedia.org/wiki/… and en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Brahmagupta%E2%80%93Fibonacci_identity
Nov
28
comment Limit of $\frac{n!}{(n+1)!}$ as n approaches infinity.
$$(n+1)!=(n+1)\cdot n!$$
Nov
28
answered $\lim_{n\to\infty} \dfrac{a^n}{n!} = 0$
Nov
28
answered $ (3+\sqrt{5})^n+(3-\sqrt{5})^n\equiv\; 0 \; [2^n] $
Nov
27
answered How to calculate this limit without De L'Hopital?
Nov
27
comment Find monic quartic polynomial f(x) with rational coefficients whose roots include…(Algebra)
For polynomial equations with rational coefficients, the irrational roots occur in conjugate pair See docs.google.com/document/d/…
Nov
27
revised Find a closed form for the equations $1^3 = 1$, $2^3 = 3 + 5$, $3^3 = 7 + 9 + 11$
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Nov
27
revised Find a closed form for the equations $1^3 = 1$, $2^3 = 3 + 5$, $3^3 = 7 + 9 + 11$
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Nov
27
comment Find a closed form for the equations $1^3 = 1$, $2^3 = 3 + 5$, $3^3 = 7 + 9 + 11$
@nbro, The question should be how, not why:)How can you find the sum unless you derive the first term?
Nov
27
comment Prove that one integer among $m$ consecutive integers is divisible by $m$
@PranavA.R, Please find the edited version
Nov
27
revised Prove that one integer among $m$ consecutive integers is divisible by $m$
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Nov
27
answered Find a closed form for the equations $1^3 = 1$, $2^3 = 3 + 5$, $3^3 = 7 + 9 + 11$
Nov
27
answered Proof $\displaystyle \binom{p-1}{k}\equiv (-1)^k \mod{p}$
Nov
27
comment Prove that one integer among $m$ consecutive integers is divisible by $m$
@PranavA.R, Hope you don't have any confusion as you accepted the answer
Nov
27
answered Does a system om congruence equations have solutions?
Nov
27
answered Solving $\cos^6(2x)+\sin^6(2x)=\frac58$
Nov
27
revised Solving $\cos^6(2x)+\sin^6(2x)=\frac58$
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