# Mann

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 23h comment Notation in derivation theorem this book is very confusing 1d asked Optimization problem for several variables calculus Mar10 comment Path connectedness imply existence of polygonal path? Are you assuming $A$ is connected? My problem says $A$ is path connected. Since PAth connectedness implies connectedness, then we can show this problem for $A$ being connected? is this correct? Mar9 accepted finding the tangent space of a graph Mar8 reviewed Approve suggested edit on justification of a limit Mar8 reviewed Approve suggested edit on Is the ideal $(x,3)$ of $\mathbb{Z}[x]$ prime or maximal? Mar8 reviewed Approve suggested edit on Monomial Ideals, Example 2.1.10 in Herzog and Hibi Mar6 reviewed Approve suggested edit on Union of Cartesian squares Mar6 asked finding the tangent space of a graph Mar6 comment if derivative vanishes in a path connected set, then $f$ is constant on that set? Can you explain a little bit more your answer? Mar5 comment A doubt on a multivariable calculus result Can you explain more your answer? So that I can award you the 150 points? thanks a lot Mar5 comment A doubt on a multivariable calculus result I don't understand the first part. Are you assuming that $Df(x_0) = < \nabla f(x_0), h >$ ?? if so, why is that true ?? Mar4 comment question about an infinite dimensional vector space can you solve this problem rigorously to award you with 50 points? Mar4 accepted Differentiability of a function from the plane to the line at the origin Mar3 accepted Question regarding the definition of differentiability Mar3 comment Question regarding the definition of differentiability So, $T(x)$ as defined in my last line does not make sense ? Mar3 asked Question regarding the definition of differentiability Mar3 comment Differentiability of a function from the plane to the line at the origin can you explain why it is incorrect? Mar3 asked Differentiability of a function from the plane to the line at the origin Mar3 accepted Formal proof for an easy calculus result