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Jul
26
comment Realization (in the sense of homotopy coherent nerve) of $\partial\Delta^n$
What does $\mathfrak{C}\Delta^n(i, j)$ stand for? What about $(\Delta^1)^{(j-i-1)}$ and $\partial\Delta^n(k, n)$?
Jul
26
comment Realization (in the sense of homotopy coherent nerve) of $\partial\Delta^n$
I cannot afford that book right now. @RooibosTee
Jul
24
comment Realization (in the sense of homotopy coherent nerve) of $\partial\Delta^n$
What are those symbols. I cannot even look them up.
Jul
24
revised If pages in a book have an iid Poisson number of errors, in 10 pages what is the probability that exactly 3 pages have exactly 1 error?
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Jul
24
comment If pages in a book have an iid Poisson number of errors, in 10 pages what is the probability that exactly 3 pages have exactly 1 error?
You can accept an answer if you think it answers your question.
Jul
22
comment If pages in a book have an iid Poisson number of errors, in 10 pages what is the probability that exactly 3 pages have exactly 1 error?
Thanks again, @5xum.
Jul
22
revised If pages in a book have an iid Poisson number of errors, in 10 pages what is the probability that exactly 3 pages have exactly 1 error?
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Jul
22
revised If pages in a book have an iid Poisson number of errors, in 10 pages what is the probability that exactly 3 pages have exactly 1 error?
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Jul
22
revised If pages in a book have an iid Poisson number of errors, in 10 pages what is the probability that exactly 3 pages have exactly 1 error?
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Jul
22
comment If pages in a book have an iid Poisson number of errors, in 10 pages what is the probability that exactly 3 pages have exactly 1 error?
Thank you, @5xum, I fixed it.
Jul
22
answered If pages in a book have an iid Poisson number of errors, in 10 pages what is the probability that exactly 3 pages have exactly 1 error?
Jul
19
accepted Why is the algebraic number a whole number.
Jul
19
comment Why is the algebraic number a whole number.
Thank you, I changed the post.
Jul
19
revised Why is the algebraic number a whole number.
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Jul
18
comment If an analytic function has an algebraic order $h$ at infinity then $\lim_{z\to\infty}z^{-h}f(z)$ is not zero nor is it infinity
My question is why $\lim_{z\to\infty}z^{-h}f(z)\not =0$ and $\lim_{z\to\infty}z^{-h}f(z)\not =\infty$. Here $h$ is the algebraic order of $f$ at infinity.
Jul
18
revised If an analytic function has an algebraic order $h$ at infinity then $\lim_{z\to\infty}z^{-h}f(z)$ is not zero nor is it infinity
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Jul
18
asked Why is the algebraic number a whole number.
Jul
18
asked If an analytic function has an algebraic order $h$ at infinity then $\lim_{z\to\infty}z^{-h}f(z)$ is not zero nor is it infinity
Jul
17
accepted Finding extremal values on a set
Jul
17
accepted Double integral of a rational function