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reviewed Approve Using definition of definite integral to prove this equation
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reviewed Edit Given a sequence $a_1,a_2,\ldots ,a_n$, if $\gcd(a_1,a_2,\ldots ,a_n) = 1$, then there exists one pair $a_i,a_j$ st. $\gcd(a_i,a_j)=1$.
Jan
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reviewed Approve Proof of FOIL Modern Algebra
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21
reviewed Close How to simplify $2^{\log_2 M}$?
Sep
21
reviewed Close Application of abstract algebra for computer science/software engineering
Sep
21
reviewed Close In what way is a regular polygon less regular than a circle?
Sep
21
reviewed Leave Open Converting a number from one base to another without going through base 10.
Sep
21
reviewed Close Integrate this function
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reviewed Leave Open Prove or disprove for all sets
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21
reviewed Leave Open Prove by Induction AM-GM
Aug
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reviewed Leave Open Natural Number Decomposition
Aug
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reviewed Close How can I find The Multiplicative Inverse of $1+\sqrt{2}$?
Aug
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reviewed Approve What could be the range of values of $a$, in which the equation $5a + 23b = 58$ has a unique solution?
Jul
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reviewed Approve What is the intuition behind generating functions? What makes them valuable?
Jul
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reviewed Edit Show that if n+1 integers are choosen from set $\{1,2,3,…,2n\}$ ,then there are always two which differ by 1
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reviewed Approve Product of two integers of the form $x^2+my^2$ is of the same form.
May
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reviewed Approve How many bridge hands have a 5-card suit that must contain the ace of that suit, a 4-card suit, and a void (no cards of a suit)
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reviewed Approve Is the disjoint union of 2 copies of the complete bipartite graphs vertex transitive?
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reviewed Approve Is the disjoint union of 2 copies of the complete bipartite graphs vertex transitive?
Mar
29
reviewed Close Logical equivalence please help