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Aug
23
revised Is there a name for $[0,1]$?
OCD LaTeXing
Aug
23
suggested approved edit on Is there a name for $[0,1]$?
Aug
23
revised $f(a(x))=f(x)$ - functional equation
made the question clearer, added LaTeX format
Aug
23
revised Projective plane and its dual
put it into LaTeX format
Aug
23
suggested approved edit on $f(a(x))=f(x)$ - functional equation
Aug
23
suggested approved edit on Projective plane and its dual
Aug
23
revised Why do we use the commutator bracket for Lie algebra's
cleaned it up slightly
Aug
23
suggested approved edit on Why do we use the commutator bracket for Lie algebra's
Aug
23
comment Checking Uniform Convergence
@Matt xkcd.com/105
Aug
23
comment Checking Uniform Convergence
But it will only let me accept my own answer in 2 days as I have just found out, so if someone posts an answer before then I'll accept it.
Aug
23
answered Checking Uniform Convergence
Aug
23
revised Checking Uniform Convergence
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Aug
23
asked Checking Uniform Convergence
Aug
21
revised What do finite, infinite, countable, not countable, countably infinite mean?
Changed Z, Q, C
Aug
21
suggested approved edit on What do finite, infinite, countable, not countable, countably infinite mean?
Aug
21
comment What do finite, infinite, countable, not countable, countably infinite mean?
If you do not know what $\mathbb{ Z, Q, R, C}$ are, then you need to build up some baseline knowledge before proving there are "more" real numbers than integers. Qiaochu is right in that Wikipedia will serve you best for now.
Aug
21
answered Real life applications of Topology
Aug
21
answered Proving that a bounded, continuous function has a supremum
Aug
21
accepted Proving that a bounded, continuous function has a supremum
Aug
21
comment Proving that a bounded, continuous function has a supremum
how does part (b) look now that it has been revised?