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Mar
14
suggested approved edit on Does the square or the circle have the greater perimeter? A surprisingly hard problem for high schoolers
Mar
8
revised Can every even integer greater than four be written as a sum of two twin primes?
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Mar
8
suggested approved edit on Can every even integer greater than four be written as a sum of two twin primes?
Mar
8
revised To determine number of arrangements of 4 letters in a word so that the transitions remains conserved
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Mar
8
suggested approved edit on To determine number of arrangements of 4 letters in a word so that the transitions remains conserved
Mar
8
revised Solve a system of differential equations where argument of one function depend at another argument
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Mar
8
revised Size of the product of two subgroups
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Mar
8
revised Bijection from $\mathbb{N} \to \mathbb{N}$
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Mar
8
suggested approved edit on Bijection from $\mathbb{N} \to \mathbb{N}$
Mar
8
suggested approved edit on Solve a system of differential equations where argument of one function depend at another argument
Mar
8
suggested approved edit on Size of the product of two subgroups
Mar
8
revised How one can show $P(ax+n|x)=P(n)$?
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Mar
8
suggested approved edit on How one can show $P(ax+n|x)=P(n)$?
Mar
7
revised Why is 1 cubic meter 1000 liters?
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Mar
7
comment $\lim_{x\to0}\frac{e^x-1-x}{x^2}$ using only rules of algebra of limits.
Ok. Is answer $0$?
Mar
7
suggested approved edit on Why is 1 cubic meter 1000 liters?
Mar
7
comment geometrical meaning of partial derivatives
Helpful Source: math.ucdavis.edu/~zekius/s13mat21c/handouts/Partial.pdf
Feb
27
comment What are the coordinates of your position?
That's given in the question?
Feb
27
comment What are the coordinates of your position?
Don't you think that saying downward and right will depend upon the relative orientation of co-ordinate axes
Feb
11
revised Prove that $x-1$ divides $x^n-1$
expression brushed up