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Mar
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comment Proving The Average Value of a Function with Infinite Length
@user48672: Yes it is. The OP said "Prove that ... if this limit exists".
Feb
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Feb
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comment Does $AB=(AB)^{\ast}$ and $A=A^{\ast}$ implies $B=B^{\ast}$?
Why don't you quote the passage from the book?
Jan
24
answered Example 9.18 from PMA Rudin
Jan
20
comment Flipping $n$ coins in a circle until they are all gone
I ran a simulation for $n=5$ with 10 million experiments and I'm getting probabilities of $0.1446$, $0.1630$, $0.1862$, $0.2168$ and $0.2894$ for $k=1,\dots,5$, which matches your exact numbers. Here's a graph for $n=100$, 1 million experiments: imgur.com/OVBjL6U
Jan
20
revised What is the name of this theorem from Apostol's Mathematical Analysis?
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Jan
20
answered Invariance properties of transformations
Jan
20
comment Inverses of a matrix
Nephente: $G$ is not a subgroup of $GL(2,\mathbb{R})$, so there is no need for the usual identity matrix to be in $G$.
Jan
17
comment Inequality in infinite Hilbert space
$(|x|+|y|)^2$ is not equal to $|x|^2+2\langle x,y \rangle+|y|^2$.
Jan
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answered If a measure is semifinite, then there are sets of arbitrarily large but finite measure
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reviewed Approve Periodic orbits on centre manifold
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reviewed Approve Determining the basis of a span of vectors for all values of $a$.
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reviewed Approve Differential Equation Special Case
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reviewed Approve Derivative of nuclear norm
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accepted Proof of an inequality that seems intuitive
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answered Proof of an inequality that seems intuitive
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reviewed Approve is there a way to split this sum into 2 parts