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Jan
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awarded  Commentator
Jan
17
comment How do you tell if a series is decreasing?
Hm, I see that at x>e^1/3, the graph is below the x-axis. Ok, but how does solving for that show me that the equation is decreasing without looking at a graph?
Jan
17
asked How do you tell if a series is decreasing?
Jan
13
accepted How far to go in a telescoping series
Jan
13
comment How far to go in a telescoping series
Thanks yunone. I don't think I would have spotted this on my own.
Jan
13
comment How far to go in a telescoping series
hm, I just came upon a problem that doesn't involve fractions, but e. I guess it was pure coincidence. What determines, then, how far I must go?
Jan
13
asked How far to go in a telescoping series
Jan
10
comment Finding the points of intersection in Polar Equations
Andres, or to anyone else, I also have a question related to this problem. When I enter this equation into my ti-83, the leminiscate never completely closes its loop. Any suggestions how to do so?
Jan
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accepted Finding the points of intersection in Polar Equations
Jan
9
comment Finding the points of intersection in Polar Equations
Thank you Andres.
Jan
9
asked Finding the points of intersection in Polar Equations
Jan
6
accepted What is a good way to pick points for polar equations?
Jan
6
revised What is a good way to pick points for polar equations?
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Jan
6
asked What is a good way to pick points for polar equations?
Jan
5
accepted Finding Concavity in Curves
Jan
5
accepted Help solving a differential equation
Jan
5
asked Finding Concavity in Curves
Dec
5
accepted Ranges and the Fundamental Theorem of Calculus 1
Dec
5
comment Ranges and the Fundamental Theorem of Calculus 1
Thanks Arturo! That was very thorough and informative.
Dec
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asked Ranges and the Fundamental Theorem of Calculus 1