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Hi. My name is Ionică Bizău. I am an 18 (still counting!) year old student, web developer and piano player from Romania.

I started studying computer science five years ago, starting with little algorithms and continuing with Microsoft technologies (, , ).

Then I started to learn web developing, becoming a JavaScript programmer. In present, I am an Ubuntu user and a developer, loving the open source concept.

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Dec
26
awarded  Yearling
Dec
8
accepted Does Wolfram Alpha fail for $x^x$?
Nov
25
comment Does Wolfram Alpha fail for $x^x$?
@abiessu No, we can't use $lnx$ because we are forced to use $(0, ∞)$ interval for $x$. My question is about the negative numbers.
Nov
25
comment Does Wolfram Alpha fail for $x^x$?
@Listing Please see my edit. ${-1.1}^{-1.1}$ is not a real number, it is a complex number.
Nov
25
revised Does Wolfram Alpha fail for $x^x$?
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Nov
25
comment Does Wolfram Alpha fail for $x^x$?
Downvoter, please feel free to comment
Nov
25
asked Does Wolfram Alpha fail for $x^x$?
Nov
25
accepted How can we calculate $(x^x)'$
Nov
25
accepted What's the name of $x^x$?
Nov
11
awarded  Custodian
Nov
11
reviewed Approve suggested edit on What's the name of $x^x$?
Nov
11
asked What's the name of $x^x$?
Oct
22
comment How can we calculate $(x^x)'$
@DanielRust Sorry, I didn't know that $log x$ is also acceptable. Learning something new every day. Thanks
Oct
22
awarded  Commentator
Oct
22
suggested suggested edit on How can we calculate $(x^x)'$
Oct
22
comment How can we calculate $(\log_{x}{x})'$?
@DonAntonio Maybe an answer would be that I asked this question after I asked this one. I have a good math teacher. (S)he was so happy to find the answer today. Thank you! :-)
Oct
22
suggested suggested edit on How can we calculate $(x^x)'$
Oct
22
comment How can we calculate $(x^x)'$
Interesting, but I think that $n$ must appear in the final general formula... Why did it disappear?
Oct
22
accepted How can we calculate $(\log_{x}{x})'$?
Oct
22
awarded  Nice Question