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Jan
7
asked example of a function that could only be defined recursively
Jan
5
comment How to find the sum of the infinite series whose general term is not easy to visualize
this is not an answerable question
Jan
5
comment How to find the sum of the infinite series whose general term is not easy to visualize
The general term can be made anything we want it to be, this is same as given a finite sequence trying to guess the next term. without the explicit formula for the general term or some recursive way of defining the terms it is just waste of time to guess the general fprm.
Jan
3
comment Behavior of interesting sequence
can you give the calculation for few terms?
Dec
30
revised $\lim\limits_{m\to\infty}\frac{1}{m}\sum_{n=1}^m\cos\left({\frac{2\pi n x}{b}}\right)$ to a definite integral
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Dec
24
revised Calculate $\int_{0}^{\pi} \frac{x}{a-\sin{x}}dx , \quad a>1$
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Dec
18
comment Infinite sums of reciprocal power: $\sum\frac1{n^{2}}$ over odd integers
solve? what is the unknown variable to solve for? dont you mean evaluate in closed form?
Dec
18
comment Confused about Maniplating Limits
@just give me the a, b, c ,d,e separately and I put it together, I had the same problem as you, couldnt separate them
Dec
18
comment Confused about Maniplating Limits
please fix the mathjax
Dec
14
comment Integrating $e^{x^{x}}$
have you asked wolfram?
Dec
14
comment Alternative definition for Exponential and Logarithmic functions to prove identities (and by extension sin and cos related identities)
Is there a more general theory that makes the identities obvious, like Euler Product folmula for sin,cos shows the infinite zeros on the real line by definition, the series definition of sin,cos are a pain to use for that.
Dec
14
revised Alternative definition for Exponential and Logarithmic functions to prove identities (and by extension sin and cos related identities)
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Dec
14
comment Alternative definition for Exponential and Logarithmic functions to prove identities (and by extension sin and cos related identities)
Apologies, was not after a proof of identities, but something other than Taylor series or integral definition for the functions
Dec
14
revised Alternative definition for Exponential and Logarithmic functions to prove identities (and by extension sin and cos related identities)
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Dec
14
revised Alternative definition for Exponential and Logarithmic functions to prove identities (and by extension sin and cos related identities)
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Dec
14
revised Alternative definition for Exponential and Logarithmic functions to prove identities (and by extension sin and cos related identities)
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Dec
14
asked Alternative definition for Exponential and Logarithmic functions to prove identities (and by extension sin and cos related identities)
Dec
13
revised Does $\int\limits_a^b \left(\sum\limits_{k=1}^L \max(x,a_k)\right)^m \text{d}x$ has closed form?
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Dec
9
awarded  Proofreader
Dec
9
reviewed Approve $\lim_{x \to \infty} \frac{\sqrt{x^2 - 4}}{2x+1}$