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 Apr16 accepted Integral equal to Riemann Zeta Function Apr16 comment Integral equal to Riemann Zeta Function I had an idea of needing to split the integral up, and the Integration by Parts was my first thought...forgot about hypotheses Apr15 asked Integral equal to Riemann Zeta Function Apr13 comment Showing $(f^{-1}∘g^{-1})=(g∘f)^{-1}$ @James Taylor Going off of what Brian said, inverses always reverse order when you take away the parentheses in the composition. You'll see this in analysis as well as algebra. Apr13 revised How much does Proof writing improve over the years? added 161 characters in body Apr13 asked How much does Proof writing improve over the years? Apr11 comment Request For An Example Of A Continuous Map Relative To The Box Topology On $\mathbb{R}^J$, When $J$ Is Infinite @Saaqub Mahmuud Consider functions in Hilbert Spaces, I believe there's a close relation here between the two. Apr7 comment $f$ defined $|f(x) - f(y)| \leq |x - y|^{1+ \alpha}$ Prove that $f$ is a constant. You've wedged the limit between 0 and 0, so you can conclude it's zero. The derivative doesn't require the absolute value. You have $0 \leq f'(x) \leq 0$. Apr7 asked If $f \geq 0$ is continuous and $\int_{a}^{b} f(x) \, dx = 0$, then $f =0$ Apr7 revised Show that $T(\partial \mathbb{H^n} \cap U)=\partial \mathbb{H^n} \cap V$ where T is a $C^1$ diffeomorphism changed phi to emptyset Apr7 suggested approved edit on Show that $T(\partial \mathbb{H^n} \cap U)=\partial \mathbb{H^n} \cap V$ where T is a $C^1$ diffeomorphism Apr7 comment Show that $T(\partial \mathbb{H^n} \cap U)=\partial \mathbb{H^n} \cap V$ where T is a $C^1$ diffeomorphism What is $\mathbb{H}^n$? Apr6 accepted Continuous function with finitely many discontinuities is Riemann Integral Apr2 comment Continuous function with finitely many discontinuities is Riemann Integral Ahhh, this is rather helpful. So we're 'cheating' by not knowing what values $f$ takes on in the little $2\delta$ interval around $x_0$, but clearly it must remain bounded. This makes sense. What is still odd to me, is the chopping of the interval between the discontinuities into $n$ parts and then looking at each of the $n$ parts, and why this is necessary. Apr2 asked Continuous function with finitely many discontinuities is Riemann Integral Apr2 comment Show that $f(a,b)$ is one-to-one @jon Suppose on the contrary, and arrive at a contradiction. Suppose $f(a) = f(b)$. for $a \neq b$ OR prove it directly. Mar31 awarded Nice Question Mar31 comment Valid proof of Young's Inequality? @Martin Sleziak changed accordingly. Mar31 revised Valid proof of Young's Inequality? edited tags Mar31 revised Valid proof of Young's Inequality? added 99 characters in body