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I am a statistician at INSEE, the french national institute of statistics.

Mathematics is a hobby for me, and MSE helps me not to forget too much what I learned in university (MS in applied mathematics at Lyon 1). I like especially real and complex analysis, trigonometry, numerical analysis, finite groups theory, number theory and combinatorics. I am not allergic to other fields.


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revised equilateral triangle area geometry
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revised Heat equation with a disc
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May
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revised Euler product for Riemann zeta and analytic continuation
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May
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revised How to explain tie-correction for Spearman's Rank Correlation?
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May
25
revised What is a CW complex
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May
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revised Integration by subtitution
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May
20
revised Find the first three terms of the taylor expansion of $\frac{cos(z)}{1 + z^2}$
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May
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revised Integration by subtitution
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revised Integration by subtitution
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revised Integration by subtitution
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revised Integration by subtitution
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May
19
revised Very difficult sum of series
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May
19
revised Invalid Kernels with $a<0 \;\rm{and}\; b<0$
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May
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revised Trigonometric inequality
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May
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revised Approximation of $x!$ - Proof needed
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May
18
revised Trigonometric inequality
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May
17
revised Proving $\sum_{k=1}^{n}\binom{n-1}{k-1}{\binom{n+k}{k}}^{-1}=\frac 12$ combinatorially
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May
16
revised How to compute the sine of a complex number in floating-point arithmetic?
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May
16
revised From any list of $131$ positive integers with prime factor at most $41$, $4$ can always be chosen such that their product is a perfect square
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