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comment conversion of $\cos \theta$ = 0.248 without a calculator
@Integrator All right. Thanks!
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comment Let $f_n(x)=nx(1-x^2)^n$ on $[0,1]$ for $n\ge1$. Find $f(x)= \lim f_n(x)$. Is this a convergence uniform?
Please add mathjax for clarification. Refer this page for edit: meta.math.stackexchange.com/questions/5020
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comment conversion of $\cos \theta$ = 0.248 without a calculator
@Integrator You are just seeing. Realizing is more important. This was my favorited question, hence I rectified it. And other way moderator himself had approved this edit. He would have judged whether it's correct or not. And by the way does it harm anyone if the question appears on the main page (any kind of server fault or other inconvenience), definitely not. This was a reasonable edit.
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revised Find all the triangles satisfying $\cos(A)\cos(B)+\sin(A)\sin(B)\sin(C)=1$
spelling correction;
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revised Approximating a differentiable function by a polynomial
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comment conversion of $\cos \theta$ = 0.248 without a calculator
You might be forgetting that external users also browse this site and search for the questions. It really doesn't matter how old the question is, people will still find it.
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comment Let $f_n(x)=nx(1-x^2)^n$ on $[0,1]$ for $n\ge1$. Find $f(x)= \lim f_n(x)$. Is this a convergence uniform?
Question needs some serious mathjax edit. This is really ambiguous to even edit.
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comment conversion of $\cos \theta$ = 0.248 without a calculator
@Integrator It was just to maintain the quality of question. I hope you won't mind that.
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revised conversion of $\cos \theta$ = 0.248 without a calculator
changed 1.0471 -> 0.248 (as suggested by the user in the comment); 1.0471 not lie in the range of cos function (and user has just stated this numeral as an example so it's appropriate to change it to some suitable value)
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suggested approved edit on Find all the triangles satisfying $\cos(A)\cos(B)+\sin(A)\sin(B)\sin(C)=1$
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suggested approved edit on Approximating a differentiable function by a polynomial
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suggested approved edit on conversion of $\cos \theta$ = 0.248 without a calculator
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revised Suppose that the area bounded by the curve $y = 3x^2 − 12x + 9$, the x-axis and the lines $x = 1$ and $x = k$ is 16. Find $k$.
mathjax added; changed x=-1 to x=1 (as commented by the asker)
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comment Suppose that the area bounded by the curve $y = 3x^2 − 12x + 9$, the x-axis and the lines $x = 1$ and $x = k$ is 16. Find $k$.
Check the graph. This might help you. desmos.com/calculator/xrghc65aox . Quadratic function is passing through $x$-axis from $x=1$ and $x=3$. You'll have to break the limits accordingly.
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suggested approved edit on Suppose that the area bounded by the curve $y = 3x^2 − 12x + 9$, the x-axis and the lines $x = 1$ and $x = k$ is 16. Find $k$.
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suggested rejected edit on Suppose that the area bounded by the curve $y = 3x^2 − 12x + 9$, the x-axis and the lines $x = 1$ and $x = k$ is 16. Find $k$.
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revised Arithmetic Progression Problem
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revised Arithmetic Progression Problem
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