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I am a student of computer science and mathematics at the Humboldt University of Berlin.


Sep
8
comment The inverse of the inscribed angle theorem
@Karolis I fixed the error. My bad :-(
Sep
8
comment The inverse of the inscribed angle theorem
@KarolisJuodelÄ— No. C can be anywhere but the constraint on the angle $\angle ACB$ must hold.
Jun
21
comment Evaluating $\int_0^{\sqrt{3}}{\frac{\sqrt{1+x^2}}{x}}\,dx$
Try wolframalpha.com for evaluating integrals. It even shows a step-by-step-solution!
Jun
21
comment Given a Turing Machine T, create another Turing machine T2 such that L(T) $\neq$ L(T2)
Theorem of rice?
Jun
21
comment An equivalent statement for convergence
@clark Didn't knew that. Thanks for pointing that out! Please close my question.
Mar
11
comment How to come up with the gamma function?
Okay. Thank you!
Mar
11
comment How to come up with the gamma function?
YOur first interpretion is right. But your answer shows only that the integral satisfies the recurrence relation $\Gamma(x+1)=x\Gamma(x)$ and does not show how one can derive that integral.
Mar
11
comment How to come up with the gamma function?
Thank you for that answer although you don't point out how one get's to $\int_0^\infty t^ne^{-1}\;\mathrm dt$.
Mar
11
comment How to come up with the gamma function?
Sorry. I found out that the article actually contains an answer to my question, thus I removed my post.
Feb
26
comment How does one easily compute the limit of $a_n=(n\cdot \ln(\frac{n+1}{n}))^n$?
As $n$ goes to what?
Feb
16
comment $y''=(y')^{3} e^{y}$, some easy way to solve this non-linear differential equation?
Did you tried using Wolfram Alpha? It can also shows you a step-by-step solution.
Jan
17
comment Question about a lemma on continuity
@Arturo Sorry. That was a translation mistake. In German, one says "stetig" to say "continuous". stetig and steady are false friends...
Jan
8
comment Given the cartesian coordinates of four points, how to calculate the interection of two lines they form?
@J.M. Oh yeah. That looks good. THank you! BTW, is there a solution that use the $r,\vartheta$ representation instead?
Jan
8
comment Given the cartesian coordinates of four points, how to calculate the interection of two lines they form?
@J.M. Of course. This possibility is ruled out.
Dec
2
comment Defining division by zero
@picakhu You are going to run into problems when calculating limits. Just consider $\lim_{n\to0}\frac{2n}n$. Using your method, one gets $\frac{\infty_0}{\infty_0}=1$, while one gets $\frac21=2$ using the definition of limits.
Nov
13
comment How to convert $\sqrt{\frac{5}{3}}$ to $\frac{\sqrt{15}}{3}$?
@Max ${5\over3}\to{15\over9}$
Nov
13
comment How to convert $\sqrt{\frac{5}{3}}$ to $\frac{\sqrt{15}}{3}$?
BTw, you can use LaTeX makeup by starting with an \$ and ending with another \$, for instance $\sqrt{\frac{5}{3}}$ becomes $\sqrt{\frac{5}{3}}$.
Nov
11
comment A lemma of convergence
@André: yes. We already proved that.
Nov
8
comment The Mathematics of Tetris
That's an interesting question! I don't see any special reason for this, though.
Nov
1
comment Prove the identity $ \sum\limits_{s=0}^{\infty}{p+s \choose s}{2p+m \choose 2p+2s} = 2^{m-1} \frac{2p+m}{m}{m+p-1 \choose p}$
Hm... I recall that or a similar identity from Concrete Mathematics... maybe I find it again.