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Undergraduate Physics major at UCLA.

Blog at http://www.eraserboxtips.blogspot.com.

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Mar
10
awarded  Civic Duty
Mar
7
accepted Show that $g'(0)\neq \lim_{x\to 0} g'(x)$
Mar
7
comment Maximum total distance between points on a sphere
analytical, I just want to understand the steps involved in solving the problem
Feb
27
comment Fourier transform
Here's another site to learn about Fourier transform betterexplained.com/articles/…
Feb
21
suggested suggested edit on How to show Boolean identity : $(ab + c + d)(c' + d)(c' + d + e) = abc' + d$
Feb
19
comment High school mathematical research
*to be honest I'm very skeptical about the article I put in the link above. (See physics.stackexchange.com/questions/28931/…) I don't know whether any high school student has actually solved any open problem before, but basically my point is that as a high school student you really shouldn't be looking for open problems to solve. (as far as I know)
Feb
19
revised Trig identities
removed the rant
Feb
19
suggested suggested edit on Trig identities
Feb
19
comment High school mathematical research
You need to be at like Master's degree level (after undergraduate college) to tackle open problems. You really shouldn't look for high school level open problems, I don't think any exist. However, there have been exceptional high school student(s) who solved open problems in high school. (See educationviews.org/…)
Feb
19
awarded  Vox Populi
Feb
19
awarded  Suffrage
Feb
17
revised Where are the values of the sine function coming from?
corrected the math equation
Feb
17
suggested suggested edit on Where are the values of the sine function coming from?
Feb
17
revised Where are the values of the sine function coming from?
linked didn't working
Feb
17
suggested suggested edit on Where are the values of the sine function coming from?
Feb
14
awarded  Teacher
Feb
14
answered trouble with $f'$
Feb
8
awarded  Investor
Feb
5
awarded  Critic
Jan
30
comment Approximating vertical probability distribution of double pendulum
@ℝⁿ. I thought it behaved that way because assuming a completely inelastic(rigid) rod it seems to be behaving just like the videos youtube.com/watch?v=pYPRnxS6uAw Very violent at times, very smooth at times.