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I am a student in Mathematics at Boise State University.
My main interests lie in the realms of set theory and topology, but I have a deep appreciation for most fields of mathematics.

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Nov
20
comment Sequences, Bolzano Weierstrass theorem
If it isn't monotonic, then there exists a subsequence of the original sequence that is monotonic.
Nov
18
revised Infinite set of graphs neither of which are homeomorphic
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Nov
18
comment Infinite set of graphs neither of which are homeomorphic
@MattS Thanks for watching out though-- I was in the process of editing my skeleton of an answer.
Nov
18
revised Infinite set of graphs neither of which are homeomorphic
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Nov
18
comment Infinite set of graphs neither of which are homeomorphic
I was going to make the edges all disjoint from one another, so that each $G$ has a different number of connected components
Nov
18
answered Infinite set of graphs neither of which are homeomorphic
Nov
18
comment Finite and infinite bases
@MohamedOsama Linear combinations of the vectors with zeros everywhere and a $1$ in the $i^{th}$ coordinate are linearly independent and span all of $\mathbb{R}^n$
Nov
18
revised $x,y$ are real, $x<y+\varepsilon$ with $\varepsilon$>0. How to prove $x \le y$?
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Oct
28
answered Why existence of bijective function between two sets means that they have the same number of elements?
Oct
26
revised Does “Big Data” Have a Ramsey Theory Problem?
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Oct
25
revised Undecidability and truth
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Oct
25
revised Why is $y{(\log_a(x))} = \log_a{(x^y)}$?
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Oct
24
comment Solve this tough fifth degree equation.
My...goodness...
Oct
23
awarded  Electorate
Oct
23
awarded  Vox Populi
Oct
23
comment How i could show that this inequality true or false: $|\zeta(s)| \leq |2^s \dfrac{1}{1-2^{-s}}|\leq {1}$ for $0< \sigma <1$?
No the question was: Why do you believe it to be true?
Oct
23
comment How to form an equation from given graph
Sure, if you want a mathematical equation to fit your given data points then a polynomial interpolant will do. However, in general, it depends on the data you are modeling. Given more context information, there might be a more suitable function that fits your data points and makes more sense.
Oct
23
comment Universality with respect to quotients
cool question +1 :)
Oct
23
answered Evaluate $\int\sec^4(u) \operatorname d \!u$
Oct
23
comment How to solve these recurrences
It looks like you omitted a closed parenthesis somewhere.