# Zvpunry

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 Aug19 asked Finding $F(x)$ so that $F'(x) = e^{-x^2}$ Aug19 revised If $\exp(itH) A \exp(-itH) = A$ for all $t$, do $A$ and $H$ commute? Finicky. Just put the title into LaTeX and put "for all t" into "for all $t$" Aug19 suggested suggested edit on If $\exp(itH) A \exp(-itH) = A$ for all $t$, do $A$ and $H$ commute? Aug19 awarded Critic Aug19 accepted $|P(x)|$ differentiable at a root $x_0$ Aug19 accepted Proving a Riemann integral theorem Aug19 accepted Proving an Integral Theorem Aug19 asked $|P(x)|$ differentiable at a root $x_0$ Aug18 comment “So That” vs. “Such That” Sorry about that, I left my computer and hadn't come back to accept it yet because when I posted that it said I had to wait 45 minutes Aug18 accepted “So That” vs. “Such That” Aug18 awarded Self-Learner Aug18 comment Proving an Integral Theorem I see now. So the middle quantity is bounded by $m, M$ and $f$ must take the value of some $c$ so that $f(c) \in [m,M]$, and so this necessarily means that $c\in [a,b]$? Aug18 revised Proving an Integral Theorem deleted 2 characters in body Aug18 answered “So That” vs. “Such That” Aug18 revised Proving an Integral Theorem added 243 characters in body Aug18 asked Proving an Integral Theorem Aug18 asked Proving a Riemann integral theorem Aug17 accepted Proof of uniform continuity of $\frac{1}{x}$ Aug17 comment Proof of uniform continuity of $\frac{1}{x}$ Ahhh I see. That is equal to $1$, and it is always possible to pick $\epsilon \in (0,1)$. Aug17 comment Proof of uniform continuity of $\frac{1}{x}$ I do not have derivatives or $C^1$ accessible to me as we have not proved $1$-$3$. Lipschitz might be a good approach though