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Jun
22
comment Which of the following are not class equations?
[C] is the only one which may be a class equation of a group of order 10.
Jun
22
accepted $\operatorname{span}(x^0, x^1, x^2,\cdots)$ and the vector space of all real valued continuous functions on $\Bbb R$
Jun
22
comment Is the following function a constant function
here's the full question, asked much earlier.
Jun
22
asked $\operatorname{span}(x^0, x^1, x^2,\cdots)$ and the vector space of all real valued continuous functions on $\Bbb R$
Jun
19
comment Let $Z=Z(x,y)$ be a solution of $\frac{\partial z}{\partial x}\frac{\partial z}{\partial y}$ = 1
@AugSB, may be a mistake in question? Hope they meant to ask "then $Z(0,1)\ne$
Jun
19
comment Let $Z=Z(x,y)$ be a solution of $\frac{\partial z}{\partial x}\frac{\partial z}{\partial y}$ = 1
@AugSB, apparently, the answer key says b=0 is the only possible answer!
Jun
19
revised Let $Z=Z(x,y)$ be a solution of $\frac{\partial z}{\partial x}\frac{\partial z}{\partial y}$ = 1
∂ $\to$ \partial
Jun
19
suggested approved edit on Let $Z=Z(x,y)$ be a solution of $\frac{\partial z}{\partial x}\frac{\partial z}{\partial y}$ = 1
Jun
17
comment A Boundary Value Problem $y^{''} + xy = 0, x \in [a, b]$
Same question here: math.stackexchange.com/questions/819550/…
Jun
17
reviewed No Action Needed Weak convergence of one Gaussian Process to another one- determined by covariance function?
Jun
17
reviewed Reviewed Distance between a point and a nonempty subset of Euclidean space
Jun
17
awarded  Revival
Jun
16
answered Let $a,b,c \,$ be continuous functions defined on $\Bbb R^2$.
Jun
16
reviewed Reviewed Are there collections of sets that are neither a set nor a definable proper class?
Jun
16
reviewed No Action Needed Showing internal angles of a square are unaffected by a mapping
Jun
15
revised Completeness of a certain semi-normed space whose semi-norm is defined by an upper integral
Split into paragraphs
Jun
15
comment Prove a statement about complex functions
@LukaHorvat, a closely related question. If you have the answer, please don't leave the question unanswered, you can answer it yourself!
Jun
15
reviewed Reviewed Completeness of a certain semi-normed space whose semi-norm is defined by an upper integral
Jun
15
suggested approved edit on Completeness of a certain semi-normed space whose semi-norm is defined by an upper integral
Jun
14
answered Series with $n$th term having integer raised to the power of $n$ in the denominator