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Dec
15
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Dec
14
comment Infinite product of sinc functions
Thanks, this is a nice generalization. However, I don't think you are actually adressing OP's question with your answer. @Egor asked for a closed form expression of the corresponding function in terms of a hypergeometric function.
Dec
14
revised Recursive Integration over Piecewise Polynomials: Closed form?
fixing links, grammar
Dec
14
suggested approved edit on Recursive Integration over Piecewise Polynomials: Closed form?
Oct
13
comment countable subset of surreal games
@MarkS. That's a disappointing answer indeed, but a very clear one too. Good point that $*+*=0 \to *=\frac{0}{2}$ makes little to no sense. And yeah, I guess the fraction representations keeps making sense for all surreals (but not games). Thanks. If you wrap that up in a nice actual answer, I'll accept it.
Oct
5
comment countable subset of surreal games
@MarkS. all I want is a way to nicely express fractions / use division over a subset of the surreals. Obviously I could just use rational numbers. But I'd like to have access to combinatorial games too. The sign expansion, if I'm not mistaken, will still not give me easy access to, say, 1/3. That still requires an infinite expansion. Obviously, so does its representation as a real number. But I want a finite, exact representation of arbitrary fractions. On top of being infinite for non-power-of-2 fractions, the sign expansion can't represent non-surreal games, can it?
Sep
15
awarded  Tumbleweed
Sep
8
asked countable subset of surreal games
Jul
26
comment probability density of the maximum of samples from a uniform distribution
There appears to be a TeX error. I can't edit it because it's just a single backslash that needs removal but math.SE asks me to change the post by at least 6 symbols.
Jul
26
comment probability density of the maximum of samples from a uniform distribution
In line 2, are the ns supposed to be xs or is this correct as is?
Jul
13
answered What exactly is a number?
Feb
22
comment Evaluating $f(x) f(x/2) f(x/4) f(x/8) \cdots$
@EgorMaximenko: this was an old comment. After a few minutes, you can no longer edit comments. The actual answer isn't from me. So unfortunately, I cannot fulfill your request.
Nov
19
awarded  Yearling
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9
awarded  Caucus
Apr
27
comment “adding” numbers $\in\mathbb{U\left(2\right)}\times \mathbb{R}^+_0$
@WimC but that is directly the quaternions and reduces the space I'm working in. It's what you get when $p=q=0$. I explicitly want to allow arbitary real $p$ and $q$
Apr
27
revised “adding” numbers $\in\mathbb{U\left(2\right)}\times \mathbb{R}^+_0$
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Apr
27
asked “adding” numbers $\in\mathbb{U\left(2\right)}\times \mathbb{R}^+_0$
Mar
26
revised Two-point Taylor expansion with one assymptotic point?
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Mar
25
revised Two-point Taylor expansion with one assymptotic point?
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Mar
25
revised Two-point Taylor expansion with one assymptotic point?
Taylor is a name and thus should be capitalized.