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 Feb8 revised Designing a Turing machine for $a^n$ $b^{2n}$ $a^n$ mathjax added; Feb8 suggested approved edit on Designing a Turing machine for $a^n$ $b^{2n}$ $a^n$ Feb8 suggested rejected edit on Calculating limit $\lim_{x \to \infty} (\log x)^{1/x}$ Jan23 comment Unique intersection of $b^x$ and $\log_b(x)$ @SimonS user had specified that the point $b>1$ and there is exactly one point of intersection. Thus for $b>1$ there is only and only one value where there is one point of interesection. Jan6 revised The set $A := \{ (x,y) : y \in f(x,x+1) \}$ is closed if $f : \mathbb{R} \to \mathbb{R}$ is continuous. Added mathjax; and it's 'cross' not 'x' Jan6 suggested approved edit on The set $A := \{ (x,y) : y \in f(x,x+1) \}$ is closed if $f : \mathbb{R} \to \mathbb{R}$ is continuous. Jan1 revised Probability of a point lying in a space added 42 characters in body Jan1 comment Probability of a point lying in a space @Eupraxis1981 Yes. "The points have integral co-ordinate". And please don't consider any relativity errors. Jan1 asked Probability of a point lying in a space Dec28 answered Combine four '4' and the basic operators to get 20 Dec25 accepted Calculate $\sin{55}-\sin{19}+\sin{53}-\sin{17}$ without calculator Dec25 comment Calculate $\sin{55}-\sin{19}+\sin{53}-\sin{17}$ without calculator Thank you. This was the identity which I was missing. Silly me. Dec25 revised Calculate $\sin{55}-\sin{19}+\sin{53}-\sin{17}$ without calculator added 44 characters in body Dec25 comment Calculate $\sin{55}-\sin{19}+\sin{53}-\sin{17}$ without calculator @Jihad Yes. It's in degrees. Dec25 asked Calculate $\sin{55}-\sin{19}+\sin{53}-\sin{17}$ without calculator Dec20 awarded Constituent Dec12 awarded Caucus Nov30 comment conversion of $\cos \theta$ = 0.248 without a calculator @Integrator All right. Thanks! Nov30 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 Nov30 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.