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Work on Probability Theory, Stochastic Processes, Information Theory and Analysis. Analysis being Real Analysis and Measure theory. Currently a Ph.D student at Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore, India.


Apr
9
revised need help with complex numbers
Formatting
Apr
9
answered When does $m$ divide $a^m$?
Apr
9
answered How to evaluate the definite integral $\int_0^\infty t^{n-1}e^{-at}dt$
Apr
9
answered A (possibly) easier version of Bertrand's Postulate
Apr
9
accepted A question on Orlicz norms
Apr
9
comment A (possibly) easier version of Bertrand's Postulate
@Ewan: Yes I am. That was the proof my friend expected. However I needed to give some background on how I encountered this problem.
Apr
9
asked A (possibly) easier version of Bertrand's Postulate
Apr
7
asked Problem on Smoothness of Rate functions in Large Deviations Theory
Apr
7
answered upper and lower limits of sequences
Apr
2
answered Order in taking limits?
Mar
31
revised probability of a stopping time
made the definition of stopping time more accurate
Mar
31
reviewed Approve suggested edit on can you define this set?
Mar
31
accepted Showing $2^{n_2} + 3^{n_3}+\cdots+9^{n_9}$ is dense in $\mathbb{R}^+$
Mar
31
reviewed Approve suggested edit on which axiom(s) are behind the Pythagorean Theorem
Mar
31
comment Showing $2^{n_2} + 3^{n_3}+\cdots+9^{n_9}$ is dense in $\mathbb{R}^+$
I understand. Thanks for your help.
Mar
31
comment Showing $2^{n_2} + 3^{n_3}+\cdots+9^{n_9}$ is dense in $\mathbb{R}^+$
Thanks. I was worried about the gaps. But I thought they would be bridged if we took enough terms. Guess not. This answers my question satisfactorily. Let me wait and see if there are better (cuter) answers. Guess my friend was trying to fool me in advance on April Fool's Day.
Mar
31
comment Showing $2^{n_2} + 3^{n_3}+\cdots+9^{n_9}$ is dense in $\mathbb{R}^+$
Although infinity is not allowed as an exponent, I see your point. Give me some time to check.
Mar
31
asked Showing $2^{n_2} + 3^{n_3}+\cdots+9^{n_9}$ is dense in $\mathbb{R}^+$
Mar
19
reviewed Approve suggested edit on trying to teach negative times negative number positive answer
Mar
19
answered How do I reduce (2i+2)/(1-i) with step-by-step please?