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accepted Are “proofs” that are contingent upon physical reality valid?
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asked Are “proofs” that are contingent upon physical reality valid?
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comment Prove the limit..
Do you need to prove this using the definition of limits?
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accepted Number of proper divisors generally prime
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comment Rigorous Textbook for Introduction to Complex Numbers/Analysis?
+1 for Rudin :)
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comment Probability in a range
@ChrisEagle Yes, that was my assumption. I will change/delete this answer if the OP indicates that this is not the case.
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answered Probability in a range
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comment 2013 USAMO problem 5
Here is some Python code that can be used to find the $c$ values, in case it can help anyone.
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revised 2013 USAMO problem 5
Improved formatting of problem statement
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suggested approved edit on 2013 USAMO problem 5
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accepted When is this sum equal to $0$?