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Currently a CSC student at KTH - Royal Institute of Technology.

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I'm a former IB student at Katedralskolan, Uppsala, SWEDEN.

My HL subjects were:

  • Math
  • Physics
  • History

And SL:

  • English Language and Literature
  • Swedish Literature
  • Chemistry

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awarded  Constituent
Dec
15
comment What is the indefinite integral of zero?
I think treating zero as a constant isn't right, since it's a determined value.
Dec
8
comment floor function problem
@monieta Please take a look at p.69 and pp.71-71 in Concrete Mathematics.
Dec
8
awarded  Caucus
Nov
22
suggested rejected edit on Differentiate $f(x)=\dfrac{\sin^2(3x)}{2x}$
Nov
22
comment Why is the area under $\frac1{\sqrt{x}}$ finite and the area under $\frac1x$ infinite?
The $\ln$ function is not defined for $0$.
Nov
17
comment Finding derivative of the inverse without the inverse
yes.although I am not sure about the last statement.
Nov
17
comment Finding derivative of the inverse without the inverse
Since I only need the maximum value of $f^{-1}$, and I knew the $f$ and $f'$, I wanted to use that information to find the maximum point using the relationship in the solution.
Nov
17
comment Finding derivative of the inverse without the inverse
it's the inverse of $f$.
Nov
17
comment Finding derivative of the inverse without the inverse
is the maximum value of $f^{-1}$ 1?
Nov
17
asked Finding derivative of the inverse without the inverse
Nov
16
comment Implicit differentiation gives different results
It's strange. In Maple, by typing implicitdiff(arctan(xy) = (1/4)*pi*e^(x-y), y, x), I get it to be $1$.
Nov
16
revised Implicit differentiation gives different results
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Nov
16
revised Implicit differentiation gives different results
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Nov
16
asked Implicit differentiation gives different results
Nov
7
revised How to solve this using integral test
latex typesetting
Nov
7
suggested approved edit on How to solve this using integral test
Nov
7
comment How to solve this using integral test
The tricky part here is to find the anti-derivative. Try using integration by parts, it seems to solve this integral.
Nov
7
awarded  Explainer
Nov
6
comment Is “=” an Operator?
@egreg Why are Iverson brackets an operator? Isn't the equal sign a binary operator that operates on two values, $a$ and $b$? Inside the brackets we have a statement that is either true or false based on input $a$ and $b$.