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Sep
20
reviewed Close How to prove $EX_n \uparrow EX$?
Sep
20
reviewed Leave Open Proofs about expectation equality?
Sep
20
reviewed Leave Open How to prove the inequality using Jensen's inequlaity?
Sep
20
reviewed Close Cauchy sequences, not converging to zero
Sep
20
reviewed Leave Open Combinations of $6$-digit natural numbers
Sep
20
reviewed Leave Open Integral Calculus Question
Sep
12
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Sep
12
reviewed Close How to show that every nonempty $X \subset \mathbb N$ has an $\in$-minimal element
Sep
12
reviewed Approve suggested edit on Will this series converge? If so, what is its limit?
Aug
27
reviewed Approve suggested edit on How t find z (unknown) in Runge-Kutta question
Aug
27
reviewed Looks OK Lebesuge integrable function always bounded?
Aug
27
reviewed Looks OK Does “toric” conflict with “Calabi-Yau” in the projective case?
Aug
27
reviewed Approve suggested edit on Identity involving trigonometric sum
Aug
24
reviewed No Action Needed Help Evaluating $\lim_{x\to+\infty}\frac{\sqrt{x}}{\sqrt{x+\sqrt{x+\sqrt{x}}}}$
Aug
24
reviewed Reject suggested edit on What is the intuitive meaning explaination of FJLT algorithm?
Aug
24
revised How to prove that all smooth vector bundles on a given vector bundle are the pull back of a vector bundle on the base
I have added a reference
Aug
24
comment How to prove that all smooth vector bundles on a given vector bundle are the pull back of a vector bundle on the base
Dear anonymous I have found this note by Scott Morrison addressing the fact pointed out by Mark Grant: arxiv.org/pdf/math/0105161v1.pdf. I hope it helps.
Aug
24
answered How to prove that all smooth vector bundles on a given vector bundle are the pull back of a vector bundle on the base
Aug
15
comment Differential equation $\sin \theta \frac{dr}{d \theta}+r\cos \theta =\tan \theta,0<\theta<\pi/2$
This is not an answer. Perhaps you could have posted it as a comment.
Aug
15
reviewed Approve suggested edit on Find the Jordan normal form J for A and a Jordan basis for A.