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 Dec 17 awarded Yearling Nov 6 awarded Popular Question Oct 29 awarded Popular Question Jan 5 awarded Popular Question Dec 17 awarded Yearling Sep 24 awarded Autobiographer Jul 2 awarded Curious Dec 17 awarded Yearling Mar 8 comment Journals of math history? @GerryMyerson, Do you know by any chance how can I access the volume 24 of Ganita Bharati in the United States? Jan 25 accepted Help on French Math Education Paper Jan 24 asked Help on French Math Education Paper Jan 8 comment type of singularity I just realized that if we consider function $\frac {1}{g(z)}$, then that function will be analytic using Riemann Theorem on removable singularity, and is entire of course. Then Liouville's applied to $\frac{1}{g(z)}$ going to tell you the function is constant and hence $g(z)$ is a constant function. That means the singularity is removable. I don't know if I am right on this? You example rocks, I can not see a point to doubt on that. It seems the way I did also make sense. Would you plase comment further? Jan 8 comment Singularity of Univalent function at $\infty$ @RobertIsrael, How do I rule out pole? Please help. I am lost totally. Jan 6 comment Functions of bounded variation on all $\mathbb{R}$ Now this make lot more sense. Thanks @DavideGiraudo. Jan 6 comment Functions of bounded variation on all $\mathbb{R}$ @DavideGiraudo $$\sum_{j=-N}^M |f(x+(j+1)h)-f(x+jh)|\leqslant T_F(x-Mh,x+(N+2)h)$$ Would not that $N+2$ must be $N+1$ then? or are you trying to bound by finer partition? Jan 6 comment Functions of bounded variation on all $\mathbb{R}$ But still, I am in confusion. Can you explain further please? @DavideGiraudo Jan 5 awarded Promoter Jan 5 accepted Find a conformal map of the given domain Jan 4 comment Lebesgue Integral of ${x^2}$ over $[0,1]$ Ya, I know the formula and it seems it comes out right. But I am missing details on proving that sum actually converge to $x^2$. But I can see it is going to converge to $x^2$. Jan 3 accepted difficulty understanding branch of the logarithm