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Apr
2
comment how to solve this limit
Hint: Try factoring out the $\sqrt{x}$ and use limit arithmetic
Apr
1
comment Markov chains: Condtitional independence implies independence?
Edited, hopefully making the question clearer
Apr
1
revised Markov chains: Condtitional independence implies independence?
improved the question, hopefully
Apr
1
comment History and early development of Mathematics
Some help may also be found in these series of lectures (highly recommended, by the way!) youtube.com/playlist?list=PL34B589BE3014EAEB
Mar
31
comment Markov chains: Condtitional independence implies independence?
Not sure what you mean, but $T_i=\tau_j(i)-\tau_j(i-1)$ where $\tau_j(i)$ is the time of i-th return to the state $j$
Mar
31
revised Markov chains: Condtitional independence implies independence?
added details
Mar
31
asked Markov chains: Condtitional independence implies independence?
Mar
31
comment Eigenvalues of nilpotent matrices
I will have to read a bit more on $\mathbb R^0$! Thanks.
Mar
31
accepted Eigenvalues of nilpotent matrices
Mar
30
comment Eigenvalues of nilpotent matrices
Point 2 is false for $k=0$? I didn't even know there could be $k=0$! What is a $0\times 0$ matrix? Also, what do you mean by "anything implies 1"?
Mar
28
comment Eigenvalues of nilpotent matrices
@Batman and the implication $\Leftarrow$ is in these two claims, too? I don't see that.
Mar
28
comment Eigenvalues of nilpotent matrices
and sorry for perhaps a bit nitpicky stream of claims to validate, but I just wanted to make sure my understanding is 100% correct
Mar
28
comment Eigenvalues of nilpotent matrices
added the obligatory question, to make things clear
Mar
28
revised Eigenvalues of nilpotent matrices
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Mar
28
asked Eigenvalues of nilpotent matrices
Mar
27
accepted How can a set be a subset of a $\sigma$-algebra
Mar
27
comment How can a set be a subset of a $\sigma$-algebra
Just to clarify, if I wrote $S\subset 2^X$, it would be fine, right?
Mar
27
comment How can a set be a subset of a $\sigma$-algebra
Good. Everything alright with the world and the impostor syndrome is quiet again. Thanks!
Mar
27
asked How can a set be a subset of a $\sigma$-algebra
Mar
12
answered What are some interpretations of Von Neumann's quote?