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If you ask me questions having either 'yes' or 'no' for the answer, I will probably answer them right 50% of the time.


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accepted Logarithm of a negative number
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asked Logarithm of a negative number
Apr
5
comment Should I do all the exercises in a textbook?
@DavidRicherby: So, you mean that going to a university and leting the professors tell you what to do and what to study is abdicating responsibility?
Apr
5
comment Should I do all the exercises in a textbook?
@DavidRicherby: Not right. "I am looking for a reason not to do... because there is a more important subject in mathematics, and I want to spend my limited time there."
Apr
5
comment Should I do all the exercises in a textbook?
So, you kept track of those exercises that you did, maybe by marking them with a pencil?
Apr
5
accepted Should I do all the exercises in a textbook?
Apr
4
comment Should I do all the exercises in a textbook?
@PerManne: Knuth's "Art of Programming" has an exercise where you're asked to prove the Last Fermat Theorem. The book had this exercise even when the theorem was a research problem.
Apr
4
revised Should I do all the exercises in a textbook?
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Apr
4
revised Should I do all the exercises in a textbook?
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Apr
4
comment Should I do all the exercises in a textbook?
@vonbrand: I think if you do all the problem sets that your professor gives you, you must be able to complete the exam?
Apr
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revised Should I do all the exercises in a textbook?
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Apr
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comment Should I do all the exercises in a textbook?
@GitGud: I am also interested in the opinion of those who study/studied math.
Apr
4
asked Should I do all the exercises in a textbook?
Mar
24
accepted Does a differentiable everywhere function have a continuous derivative?
Mar
24
asked Does a differentiable everywhere function have a continuous derivative?
Mar
18
comment Does $\to$ imply that the function is defined at the point?
It is the 20.000th question in 'calculus' :)
Mar
18
asked Does $\to$ imply that the function is defined at the point?
Mar
15
asked Show that a function is positive based on its limit and derivative
Mar
15
accepted Find when $f(x) = g(x)$ if I know when $f^2(x) = g^2(x)$
Mar
15
comment Find when $f(x) = g(x)$ if I know when $f^2(x) = g^2(x)$
@Hurkyl: The former. I didn't know the place of $2$ matters.