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reviewed Close AI Bayes network?
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reviewed Close How to compute the integral $\int^{\pi/2}_0\ln(1+\tan\theta)d\theta$?
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answered Zero sets in completely regular spaces
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comment Show that $\{e^{in}: n\in\Bbb N\}$ is Dense in the Unit Circle
Related question. The same technique can be used here.
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comment python least square optimisation with two non-linear equal constraints
This question is probably more appropriate on Stack Overflow.
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reviewed Leave Open Is there a closed-form formula for sum of “odd combinations”?
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reviewed Close Inverse of $f(x)= x+\sin(x)$?
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reviewed Close Transformation Matrix Process
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answered All neighborhoods of a compact subset of an open space are subsets of that open space
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revised Show that polynomial is reducible
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reviewed Close Prove that if $b_n$ converges to $B$ and $B \neq 0$
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comment Infinite Sum of 1/Polynomial
If you're implying that $\sum a_n \sum b_n = \sum a_n b_n$, note that this is wrong.
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comment Show that polynomial is reducible
@user201917 This method becomes insufficient. In general, a polynomial of degree $> 3$ can be reducible without having roots. Take the product of two irreducible polynomials of degree $2$ for example.
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comment Show that polynomial is reducible
@user201917 Exactly!
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answered Show that polynomial is reducible
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answered Prove $f:\mathbb{N} \rightarrow \mathbb{R}$ is continuous using the definition of sequential continuity
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comment Prove $f:\mathbb{N} \rightarrow \mathbb{R}$ is continuous using the definition of sequential continuity
I assume $\mathbb N$ has the discrete topology? In this case, convergent sequences in $\mathbb N$ are eventually constant. This makes the question easy.
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revised Restriction maps in an integral scheme are injective
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