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comment The inverse function theorem, problem with the proof
and how $\varphi$ being continous implies $f$ being continous?
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comment The inverse function theorem, problem with the proof
but if it is contraction which solves $f$ being 1-1 why we care if $\varphi$ has a fixed point?
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asked The inverse function theorem, problem with the proof
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accepted problems with differential equation
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comment problems with differential equation
Your answer is great, thanks. I just wasn't familiar with Lambert's function before
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accepted Prove $(1-\epsilon )\cdots(1-\epsilon ^{n-1})=n $ where $\epsilon = \exp(\frac{2\pi i}{n}), n\in \mathbb{N}, n \neq {0,1}$
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accepted Limit calculation using Riemann integral
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comment Limit calculation using Riemann integral
Integration is easy, everyone can do it on his own, I hope it is now correct :)
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answered Limit calculation using Riemann integral
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comment Limit calculation using Riemann integral
aaa.... so the answer is just the sum of two integrals?
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accepted Calculate the length of curve $f(x)=\arcsin(e^x)$, check solution, please.
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comment Calculate the length of curve $f(x)=\arcsin(e^x)$, check solution, please.
And the result will be in terms of summation, doesn't it?