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Mar
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comment Proving an interpolation inequality
Thanks Pacciu; after seeing your hint I proceeded exactly as you and got to the answer :) I forgot to thank you before, but here it goes.
Mar
23
accepted Proving an interpolation inequality
Mar
23
asked Proving an interpolation inequality
Mar
9
accepted Prove a property holds on a metric space if it holds on a dense subset
Mar
9
comment Prove a property holds on a metric space if it holds on a dense subset
I know, but I still don't know how to prove either one of these to show that the result holds for both. My question is basically: how the hell do I work with a dense subset? :P
Mar
9
asked Prove a property holds on a metric space if it holds on a dense subset
Feb
20
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Feb
20
comment Limits of integration of a 2nd order differential equation
Thank you very much.
Feb
20
accepted Limits of integration of a 2nd order differential equation
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20
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Feb
20
revised Limits of integration of a 2nd order differential equation
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Feb
20
asked Limits of integration of a 2nd order differential equation
Feb
14
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Feb
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Feb
14
accepted How do I complete this square?
Feb
14
comment How do I complete this square?
Yes Sivaram - that is correct. And I would have done that, but the professor has explicitly said to calculate it by direct integration - to my demise. I basically end up with two lines of a letter-salad and can't get anywhere. By the way, I don't have to turn this in since it was due last week, but it is annoying the hell out of me.
Feb
14
comment How do I complete this square?
Thanks. This is what I had - but I have to integrate the exponential function to the power of this, and I really didn't want to... :/
Feb
14
comment How do I complete this square?
I'm sorry... I'm new to Stack Exchange.
Feb
14
asked How do I complete this square?