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awarded  Curious
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awarded  Popular Question
Nov
27
comment What, if anything, does it mean to be neither finite nor infinite for real numbers?
@GitGud I greatly appreciate everyone that offers their knowledge to others.
Nov
27
accepted What, if anything, does it mean to be neither finite nor infinite for real numbers?
Nov
27
comment What, if anything, does it mean to be neither finite nor infinite for real numbers?
@Did it would be like the same thing except factoring out a negative 1.
Nov
27
comment What, if anything, does it mean to be neither finite nor infinite for real numbers?
Okay that is much more clear, thanks.
Nov
27
asked What, if anything, does it mean to be neither finite nor infinite for real numbers?
Oct
25
comment Problem based on Algebraic identities
the $3ab^3$ term should be $3ab^2$
Oct
25
comment Problem based on Algebraic identities
Perhaps $x$ is an element of some mystical set we are unaware of, I propose $x$ is a duckgoose.
Oct
20
accepted Tallest bubble tower induction proof
Oct
20
comment Tallest bubble tower induction proof
I think I see it, when I draw out what you say I can see the tower from $(Center)_1$ to $(Top)_n$ = $\sqrt{n}$. But then knowing that it is scaled by $r$ seems like a leap of faith, but it also seems right, somehow. I am not sure how you saw that connection, but great work.
Oct
20
comment Tallest bubble tower induction proof
How do you get $r\sqrt{n}$ from the hypothesis? That is the part that I am really confused about.
Oct
20
revised Tallest bubble tower induction proof
added 3 characters in body
Oct
20
comment Tallest bubble tower induction proof
I know how the induction part works, the question is how do I use the inductive hypothesis to show the $n+1$ case = $1 + \sqrt{n+1}$? It is not obvious to me.
Oct
20
revised Tallest bubble tower induction proof
maximum radii relationship proof
Oct
20
asked Tallest bubble tower induction proof
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comment Can a subset have $0$ elements?
The empty set is a subset of all sets.
Aug
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awarded  Yearling
Aug
12
comment How do I know what to substitute to simplify a limit?
Very interesting, thank you for elaborating that.
Aug
12
accepted How do I know what to substitute to simplify a limit?