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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) edited title Dec 14 revised Alternative definition for Exponential and Logarithmic functions to prove identities (and by extension sin and cos related identities) edited title Dec 14 revised Alternative definition for Exponential and Logarithmic functions to prove identities (and by extension sin and cos related identities) edited tags 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? edited title Dec 9 awarded Proofreader Dec 9 reviewed Approve $\lim_{x \to \infty} \frac{\sqrt{x^2 - 4}}{2x+1}$ Dec 8 comment Divide a number to unequal parts With your explanation , now I am confused, yes I just dont get it. Is this about integer partitions or something ele? Dec 8 comment Is this sequence monotonically increasing? Do you mean monotonically increasing or strictly increasing? Dec 7 answered Divide a number to unequal parts Dec 1 revised What is the closed form of $\int e^{x^2} \, dx$? added 2 characters in body; edited title Dec 1 comment Proof that the number $\sqrt[3]{2}$ is irrational using Fermat's Last Theorem @Glinka : where? which comment ? Nov 29 revised Proof that the number $\sqrt[3]{2}$ is irrational using Fermat's Last Theorem added 247 characters in body Nov 29 comment Proof that the number $\sqrt[3]{2}$ is irrational using Fermat's Last Theorem @AlexM. even if $\sqrt[3]{2}$ is irrational was contained in FLT, it would have had to be proven by some means, so as long as FLT did not assume FLT then it doesn't matter that a specific instance of FLT was contained in proof of FLT Nov 29 answered Proof that the number $\sqrt[3]{2}$ is irrational using Fermat's Last Theorem Nov 29 asked Is FTC equivalent to Differentiating integrals and Integrating Differentials? Nov 29 revised Convergence of $\int_{-1}^{1}\frac{x-1}{x^{5/3}}dx$ edited title Nov 29 accepted Ellipse by moving center of a parametric circle equation? Nov 29 revised Ellipse by moving center of a parametric circle equation? Aligned the equation for prettiness!