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 Apr 5 revised General solution of $y''+y'=0$ mathjax fixed; Apr 5 suggested approved edit on General solution of $y''+y'=0$ Mar 29 comment Figuring domain of constant $a$ in a equation with some condition It can't happen. This question is from India's biggest Level 1 Joint Entrance Exam for Engineering colleges and this is it's 2015 sample paper. They would do anything, but never bring wrong questions/options in their paper. You can see it's $\mathrm{Q. 63}$ in this pdf document jeemain.nic.in/webinfo/PDF/06.04.2014E.pdf Mar 29 revised Does $^nC_{n+1}$ exist? mathjax added; Mar 29 suggested approved edit on Does $^nC_{n+1}$ exist? Mar 29 revised Figuring domain of constant $a$ in a equation with some condition added 231 characters in body Mar 29 asked Figuring domain of constant $a$ in a equation with some condition Mar 27 revised Find value of $k$ for which the equation has real roots deleted 1 character in body Mar 27 awarded Notable Question Mar 26 revised How to draw the graph of $x^6 = y^3$ and $3y = (log x)^2$? mathjax added; Mar 26 comment How to draw the graph of $x^6 = y^3$ and $3y = (log x)^2$? @rlartiga Silly me. I had rectified that. Thanks! Mar 26 revised How to draw the graph of $x^6 = y^3$ and $3y = (log x)^2$? edited body Mar 26 revised How to draw the graph of $x^6 = y^3$ and $3y = (log x)^2$? deleted 5 characters in body Mar 26 suggested approved edit on How to draw the graph of $x^6 = y^3$ and $3y = (log x)^2$? Mar 26 answered How to draw the graph of $x^6 = y^3$ and $3y = (log x)^2$? Mar 26 suggested rejected edit on How to draw the graph of $x^6 = y^3$ and $3y = (log x)^2$? Mar 14 revised Prove that $n^2$ tends to infinity as $n$ tends to infinity mathjax added; Mar 14 revised Does the square or the circle have the greater perimeter? A surprisingly hard problem for high schoolers mathjax added; Mar 14 suggested approved edit on Prove that $n^2$ tends to infinity as $n$ tends to infinity Mar 14 suggested rejected edit on Prove that $n^2$ tends to infinity as $n$ tends to infinity