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accepted How to generate complicated looking identities such as $\sqrt [3] {2 + \sqrt 5} - \sqrt [3] {2 - \sqrt 5}=1$ easily?
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comment How to generate complicated looking identities such as $\sqrt [3] {2 + \sqrt 5} - \sqrt [3] {2 - \sqrt 5}=1$ easily?
@PrasunBiswas : that specific result or a more general form that makes that as a specific value?
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comment How to generate complicated looking identities such as $\sqrt [3] {2 + \sqrt 5} - \sqrt [3] {2 - \sqrt 5}=1$ easily?
@PrasunBiswas : yes I agree nothing can be that general, is there even a taxonomy of identies or the their generating families exist?
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comment How to generate complicated looking identities such as $\sqrt [3] {2 + \sqrt 5} - \sqrt [3] {2 - \sqrt 5}=1$ easily?
@PrasunBiswas : holy hell, what generates identities like that?
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revised Limit $\lim_{x→0} x^{x^x}$
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asked How to generate complicated looking identities such as $\sqrt [3] {2 + \sqrt 5} - \sqrt [3] {2 - \sqrt 5}=1$ easily?
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comment Is it true that If $n$ is an integer such that $n > 2$, $x$ and $y$ are positive integer such that $x > y$ , then
don't thank me :) improve the question, I like your question, I would like to see your ideas on the problem please. Enjoy doing maths
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comment Is it true that If $n$ is an integer such that $n > 2$, $x$ and $y$ are positive integer such that $x > y$ , then
Yoo, math soldier! show some work. What have you tried so far? What are you ideas? Also read the FAQ and welcome to the site.
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comment Is it true that If $n$ is an integer such that $n > 2$, $x$ and $y$ are positive integer such that $x > y$ , then
Easy on downvoting people! It is the poor chaps first question Lets be more of educators than punishers hey?
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revised Is it true that If $n$ is an integer such that $n > 2$, $x$ and $y$ are positive integer such that $x > y$ , then
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comment Does every integer occur finitely many times and in what positions in Pascal's triangle?
@Archaick thank you
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asked Does every integer occur finitely many times and in what positions in Pascal's triangle?
Apr
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comment Deriving the value of $\pi$ from a dart board
Lookup bufons needle; no it is not
Mar
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comment Is my $1+1+1+1+1…=-\frac{1}{2}$ proof correct?
Why down vote for asking a question and showing the work behind it, even if it is wrong it is a question with effort put into it +1 from me
Mar
21
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Mar
20
revised Integral $\int_0^1\sqrt[2\,n\,]{\frac x{1-x}}\,\mathrm dx$
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Mar
18
revised Calculus Proving
extreeme usage of $, trim the $ man!
Mar
17
comment Integral $\int \frac{x^2}{\sqrt[] {3-x^3} } \operatorname d \! x$
Changed your first image to a Mathjax, look up the FAQ for the site on how to do latex or google Mathjax.
Mar
17
revised Integral $\int \frac{x^2}{\sqrt[] {3-x^3} } \operatorname d \! x$
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Mar
17
comment Whether it is the pigeonhole principle?
It would be good that you include your own thoughts on this problem.