Rudy the Reindeer
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 Nov 7 comment Properties of family of translation operators @t.b.: Thank you! I think it will help me too but I'm still reading the first link you gave me. : ( I should've finished 4 questions today and I haven't even finished one. Nov 7 comment Properties of family of translation operators @t.b.: I cannot make any sense of it either. But regarding J's answer: I was referring to "Note that ... pointwise". I still think that it only needs continuity. Nov 7 comment Properties of family of translation operators @t.b.: Thank you. In b) I am trying to use the $\varepsilon \delta$ definition of continuity. Now I'm reading Jonas' answer: do I really need $f$ to have compact support? I think continuity is enough. Nov 7 asked Properties of family of translation operators Nov 7 comment Proving a function is one-to-one Coming from someone who does exactly that themselves sometimes this might seem like amusing advice but so there. Nov 7 answered Proving a function is one-to-one Nov 7 comment Induction on a Sequence You have $|x_{n+1}| < k |x_n|$ for all $x_n$. You have to use this information. So what happens if you replace $n$ with $1$? Nov 7 comment Induction on a Sequence Your case $n=1$ is wrong: if $n = 1$ you have $x_{2}$ on the left. Nov 7 comment Is it possible to find the digit sum of $n!$ ($n \in \mathbb{N} \text{ and } n \le100$) without actually computing the factorial? Nov 4 revised How do you solve a least square problem with a noninvertible matrix? edited tags Nov 2 awarded Talkative Nov 2 comment “Best practice” innovative teaching in mathematics @percusse: A great teacher just doesn't work with 300 people half of which talking about how hot the guy in the second row on the left is. I think it's an imposition that I'm forced to listen to all of this while actually wanting to do maths! Nov 2 comment “Best practice” innovative teaching in mathematics @AdamSmith: I couldn't disagree more. Why should someone unmotivated study at all? University is not primary school where you motivate your kids to play ball and draw pictures. Besides the major reason why these people shouldn't be around is because they disturb others. Nov 2 comment “Best practice” innovative teaching in mathematics @BillCook: It seems to me that lecturers want to do lectures because they see it as kind of exercise for them. Also, a lecture is passive and therefore boring. Nov 2 comment “Best practice” innovative teaching in mathematics @JimConant: I think unmotivated students should be ignored. An unmotivatd person is the sort of person that sits behind me in the lecture talking to his buddy about whatever. VERY disturbing. Nov 2 comment “Best practice” innovative teaching in mathematics @BillCook: the question is asking about 1st year math and engineering courses. And the lectures I've been to (many!) explained things worse than a good book. Nov 2 comment “Best practice” innovative teaching in mathematics @percusse: I don't understand your point at all. Nov 2 comment “Best practice” innovative teaching in mathematics @Gordon: That's great! I wish other universities did the same. I was thinking a bit further though in the sense that if you have zero-lecture and zero-tutorial courses the cost to run the course become almost zero. Nov 2 comment Fourier series of $f(x,y)$ I ended up having $a_n = K + a_n$. Maybe I made a mistake, although I did it twice... Nov 2 answered “Best practice” innovative teaching in mathematics