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Dec
21
comment A pencil approach to find $\sum \limits_{i=1}^{69} \sqrt{\left( 1+\frac{1}{i^2}+\frac{1}{(i+1)^2}\right)}$
@Quixotic: Why do I always find you on different sites? :O
Dec
20
answered $2^{10 - x} \cdot 2^{10 - x} = 4^{10-x}$
Dec
19
comment How to multiply out a statement form?
+1 for formatting :)
Dec
19
answered Solving $|x^2 - 1| - 1 = 3x - 2$ without graphing
Dec
19
revised Inequality involving expectation
formatting, spelling
Dec
19
suggested suggested edit on Inequality involving expectation
Dec
19
comment Can't argue with success? Looking for “bad math” that “gets away with it”
It is ridiculous how a student knows about radicals and division before learning their multiplication tables. ;)
Dec
19
revised Basic algebra but can't get answer that fits
formatting and grammar.
Dec
19
revised Trigonometry Table Problem
formatting
Dec
17
comment How do I convince someone that $1+1=2$ may not necessarily be true?
Teach your friend binary.
Dec
17
accepted The G.C.D of two numbers is $23$. The other two factors of the L.C.M are $13$ and $14$.
Dec
15
revised Math question using matrices
spelling, grammar, formatting
Dec
15
suggested suggested edit on Math question using matrices
Dec
14
revised Most effective way to solve system of non-linear equations with unique set of roots
Removed signature; shortened the link as it seemed too long and messy.
Dec
14
suggested suggested edit on Most effective way to solve system of non-linear equations with unique set of roots
Dec
13
revised How to solve $x^{1/2}-x^{1/3} = 0$
Formatting and grammar
Dec
13
suggested suggested edit on How to solve $x^{1/2}-x^{1/3} = 0$
Dec
12
answered Is the division property of equality just a special case of the multiplication property?
Dec
12
revised The G.C.D of two numbers is $23$. The other two factors of the L.C.M are $13$ and $14$.
added update
Dec
12
revised The G.C.D of two numbers is $23$. The other two factors of the L.C.M are $13$ and $14$.
improved the question