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Aug
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accepted Line segment equation in polar coordinates
Aug
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comment Line segment equation in polar coordinates
Yes! Thanks for answering!
Aug
3
comment Line segment equation in polar coordinates
That extremely neat. I am having trouble seeing how the formula for r is derived.
Aug
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comment Line segment equation in polar coordinates
S is given, and yes, $r$ and $\phi$ are relative to it.
Aug
3
comment Line segment equation in polar coordinates
S is supposed to be the relative origin of the polar coordinates.
Aug
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asked Line segment equation in polar coordinates
Jul
24
comment Sum of an infinite series $(1 - \frac 12) + (\frac 12 - \frac 13) + \cdots$ - not geometric series?
Awesome TeXing!
Jun
29
accepted What's happening at $a=-1$ in $\int x^a dx$?
Jun
29
asked What's happening at $a=-1$ in $\int x^a dx$?
Jun
27
awarded  Popular Question
Jun
21
comment Prove that the limit of $p$-th root of the integral of the $p$-th power of a function is it's supremum
@Chappers Wow... A definite duplicate. Sorry :(
Jun
21
asked Prove that the limit of $p$-th root of the integral of the $p$-th power of a function is it's supremum
Jun
18
accepted Help understanding variable substitutions
Jun
18
comment Help understanding variable substitutions
What bothers me is that you differentiated over $t$ and called it $v'$, and then later differentiated over $x$ and again called it $v'$. How does that work?
Jun
18
asked Help understanding variable substitutions
Jun
16
accepted Classify the singularity
Jun
16
comment Classify the singularity
Oh, I see. I can't sandwich it.
Jun
16
asked Classify the singularity
Jun
16
accepted Prove a statement about complex functions
Jun
15
comment Prove a statement about complex functions
@StevenGubkin Oh right! Bounded function is constant. Awesome.