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Oct
22
comment Constraining mathematics to a subset of $\mathbb{R}$
@MatemáticosChibchas Well, I'd say it's pretty difficult to be fond of a number that you have absolutely no way of expressing.
Oct
22
asked Constraining mathematics to a subset of $\mathbb{R}$
Oct
18
accepted Systematic way to represent any irrational number
Oct
18
comment Systematic way to represent any irrational number
Thank you for providing the two examples. This, and the comment about computable numbers are exactly what I was looking for.
Oct
18
asked Systematic way to represent any irrational number
Jul
24
comment What are some conceptualizations that work in mathematics but are not strictly true?
Would you mind telling me where you live? I'm interested in your education system.
Jul
16
awarded  Inquisitive
Jul
15
asked Find the limits of the convergent subsequences
Jul
2
awarded  Curious
Jun
22
accepted Integrate the differential form over a cardioid
Jun
21
asked Calculate the weights and the node in the integration formula
Jun
18
comment Name for a body that can be completely described using its silhouettes
@lhf That actually seems spot on. Any idea what the name for my thing could be?
Jun
18
asked Name for a body that can be completely described using its silhouettes
Jun
17
accepted Applying Green's theorem for a line integral of a vector field
Jun
17
comment Applying Green's theorem for a line integral of a vector field
Great. Thanks do the help.
Jun
17
comment Applying Green's theorem for a line integral of a vector field
Ok. So that part in the brackets does turn out to be 0. Does that mean that the whole integral is 0? I can see how it makes sense because that form is actually exact as well as closed so integrating over any area should be 0 because it's surrounded by a closed curve. Just want to check if my logic holds.
Jun
17
asked Applying Green's theorem for a line integral of a vector field
Jun
15
comment Stoke's theorem explanation
@DanielFischer Hmm... Pretty dumb to write a whole question only for it to turn out to be a typo. Anyways, thanks for the help.
Jun
15
asked Stoke's theorem explanation
Jun
15
accepted Solve $2\tau(n^2)=3\tau(n)$ in the set of naturals