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comment How to simplify polynomials
Did you mean $q(x)=b_nx^n+\color{red}{b}_{n-1}x^{n-1}+\dots+\color{red}{b}_1x+{\color{red}{b}‌​}_{0}$?
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revised Integration $\int{x^3\over x^8+3}dx$
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revised Where did these symbols come from?
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comment Where did these symbols come from?
@IydwvCxscujtdo If you are using Windows, you can also use the Character Map (Start > Accessories > System Tools > Character Map), or by typing Win+R and charmap.exe. This will allow you to enter the characters into programs that do not have an "Insert specail character" function.
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accepted Integrating an n-th degree polynomial
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comment Where did these symbols come from?
@IydwvCxscujtdo You can use $\LaTeX$. For example, $\pi$ will be rendered as $\pi$, and $\Sigma$ will be $\Sigma$. For more information , see MathJax basic tutorial and quick reference.
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revised Can every proof by contradiction also be shown without contradiction?
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comment Notation for n-ary exponentiation
Nothing like that seems to work for left-associative tetration, so I have updated the question to include both right- and left-associative tetration operators. The arrow below the $4$ indicates the direction of associativity.