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awarded  Curious
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comment Visually stunning math concepts which are easy to explain
That's impressive.
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revised What is the minimum value of $(\sin x + \cos x + \csc (2x))^3$
Cleaned up spelling errors and typos
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suggested suggested edit on What is the minimum value of $(\sin x + \cos x + \csc (2x))^3$
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comment No diffeomorphism that takes unit circle to unit square
Show that $K$ and $\mathbb{S}^1$ are isomorphic in $\textbf{Top}$, but $K \not\in ob(\textbf{Diff})$.
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asked Has anyone used Complex Analysis in the Spirit of Lipman Bers as their textbook?
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comment What are some strategies to come up with exercises?
This is an excellent start. Thank you for the advice.
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accepted What are some strategies to come up with exercises?
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awarded  Yearling
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comment How should I define the limit definition of a derivative using negative numbers?
@StefanSmith It is a rework since $\lim_{n \rightarrow \infty} \frac{1}{n} = 0 = \lim_{h \rightarrow 0}$. How is that not acceptable to use a sequence instead of a continuous limit?
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accepted How should I define the limit definition of a derivative using negative numbers?
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asked How should I define the limit definition of a derivative using negative numbers?
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comment What are some strategies to come up with exercises?
Before going to the exercises in a book, I want to be able to come up with my own exercises. This skill will certainly help when I get to research level mathematics and want to explore a new topic.
Dec
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comment What are some strategies to come up with exercises?
@Fantini simplifies my question.
Dec
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revised How to prove a function is continuous, injective and that its image is S1
Fixed formatting
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asked What are some strategies to come up with exercises?
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suggested suggested edit on How to prove a function is continuous, injective and that its image is S1
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accepted How can I show the equality of integration for shifting simple functions over $\mathbb{R}$
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comment How can I show the equality of integration for shifting simple functions over $\mathbb{R}$
We are given that in Royden's Real Analysis as a proposition or theorem.
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asked How can I show the equality of integration for shifting simple functions over $\mathbb{R}$