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Hey Stalkers!


I am Saharsh. A high school science student living in Gandhinagar. My basic interest includes Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry and Computer Science.

These are my academic fields and I am here for helping others over their questions and of course also for seeking some help from my side. If you think I can help you on any issue then please feel free to contact me. I am always right here on stackexchange! :)


Aug
17
accepted Find $a$ and $b$ in the given cubic polynomial
Aug
17
accepted Find value of $k$ for which the equation has real roots
Aug
15
accepted Ancient calculus or thorough observation
Aug
8
comment Ancient calculus or thorough observation
Thank You for your references. It'll surely be a great help from your side.
Aug
7
revised Ancient calculus or thorough observation
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Aug
7
comment Ancient calculus or thorough observation
@AndréNicolas Then I think I can expect an excellent piece of explanation from you. Can you tell me about all this in a bit detail?
Aug
7
comment Ancient calculus or thorough observation
It's already there in the question.
Aug
7
comment Ancient calculus or thorough observation
Well Wolfram's integral calculus history says something else. You should check 'History of Calculus' on Wolfram.
Aug
7
revised Ancient calculus or thorough observation
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Aug
6
revised Choosing distinct elements from 5 sets
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Aug
6
suggested approved edit on Choosing distinct elements from 5 sets
Aug
6
revised What is this lower number?
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Aug
6
suggested approved edit on What is this lower number?
Aug
6
asked Ancient calculus or thorough observation
Jul
27
comment Complex numbers and their imaginary parts
Great! The Euler form. Why didn't I thought of this?
Jul
27
comment Complex numbers and their imaginary parts
@Gummybears believe me this one is the simplest method of all. A little bit of study of cube root of unity over internet gonna help you a lot in this.
Jul
27
comment Trigonometric Identities Need Help
Well you could go in the reverse way first (i.e try converting $(\cot(x)-\csc(x))(cos(x)+1)$ to $-\sin(x)$). It'll probably help in figuring the algorithm.
Jul
27
comment Number of triangles formed by all chords between $n$ points on a circle
Or this math.stackexchange.com/questions/439093
Jul
27
comment Number of triangles formed by all chords between $n$ points on a circle
possible duplicate of How many triangles are formed by $n$ chords of a circle?
Jul
27
revised Best approach or algorithm to solve equation with multiple variables?
a bit mathjax