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May
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comment Find the number of distinct roots for polynomial of degree 3
distinct real roots or would you also accept complex roots?
May
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reviewed Close Quadrilateral $APBQ$.
May
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reviewed Looks OK Why is something not a field if it's a proper class?
May
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comment For which $z \in \Bbb{C}$ does this series converge?
@iwriteonbananas The proof becomes simpler by observing the symmetry of the expression.
May
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revised For which $z \in \Bbb{C}$ does this series converge?
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May
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comment Can this relation be transitive but not symmetric and reflexive?
How about $<$ on $\{1,2,3\}$?
May
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answered Why do Z/7 have no cubic root of 2?
May
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reviewed No Action Needed Find the original value without VAT
May
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comment Odd or even function?
@user134785 So at least one of you two has a wrong answer. But yours is fine
May
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answered For which $z \in \Bbb{C}$ does this series converge?
May
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comment Zeroes of a complex function
The more interesing part is why zero Taylor series imlpies zero in a naighbourhood. You may want to add that your functions should be anylatic or such
May
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answered $f: \mathbb R \rightarrow \mathbb R, f(x+y)=f(x)+f(y), \forall x,y \in \mathbb R$. If $lim_{x \rightarrow 0} f=L$, prove that $L=0$
May
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comment Positivity of power function.
@MuhammadCamran It appears that this is your most recent question ...
May
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reviewed Looks OK Parametrising a Sphere
May
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revised Union of connected sets
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answered Union of connected sets
May
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answered Does extreme value theorem hold for neighborhoods near $ \pm \infty$
May
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answered Something screwy going on in $\mathbb Z[\sqrt{51}]$
May
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answered continuity and differentiable equivalent to 0
May
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comment continuity and differentiable equivalent to 0
MVT is certainly a good idea. But the rest is ... not so compelling. Especially, "Therefore $0\le f'(x)\le 2 f(x)$" makes little sense when that is in fact a given property of $f$