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Dec
1
awarded  Yearling
Nov
24
answered If $M$ is finitely generated then $M/N$ is finitely generated.
Nov
23
reviewed Approve Help explain why (or why not) the solution for a in $\sum_{n=1}^\infty (-1)^n\times(n^{1/n}-a)=0$ is 1-2$C$MRB
Nov
23
reviewed Approve Diffeomorphism invariant scalars of a Riemannian manifold
Nov
23
answered Limits - Direct Substitution - with 1/3 power functions
Nov
11
revised Unitary matrix with all its eigenvalues equal to 1 must be the identity matrix
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Nov
11
answered Unitary matrix with all its eigenvalues equal to 1 must be the identity matrix
Nov
6
answered How to prove $(A_1 \times A_2) \cup (A_3 \times A_4)\subset ( A_1 \cup A_3 )\times ( A_2 \cup A_4)$?
Oct
21
answered Raising a Complex Number to a Decimal Value
Oct
1
comment Area under a point
@AndresCaicedo Ok
Oct
1
revised Area under a point
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Oct
1
answered Area under a point
Sep
27
answered How to write this in mathematical notation?
Sep
13
awarded  Custodian
Sep
13
reviewed Approve Intuition behind “If P then Q” = “Q or Not P ”
Sep
12
comment Is $\{\emptyset\}$ a subset of $\{\{\emptyset\}\}$?
@AsafKaragila Wow, I'd never seen that... LOL
Sep
12
comment Is $\{\emptyset\}$ a subset of $\{\{\emptyset\}\}$?
@AsafKaragila What's the infamous $\sf W$?
Sep
11
comment Limits, textbook error?
@Jean-Sébastien I actually had never seen that, in any books I've read.
Sep
11
comment Limits, textbook error?
That method... I'd never accept that, you can build a function that goes as high as you want before making it go to zero or any other number, and that method would give an $\infty$ limit when there is a finite limit.
Sep
10
comment Blue eyes: a logic puzzle
I'd love to meet these Alice and Bob, they're all over the mathematics world, even in modern physics.