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 Aug 5 awarded Yearling Jul 12 awarded Quorum Jan 5 comment Minimum for this function For the "in" operator, use \in, not \epsilon. (Also what's up with the ugly sans-serif math font, did I miss something?) Dec 29 comment Different notations for roots? There are simpler, less error-prone and more intuitive ways to find roots than $p,q$-formulas. I suggest that you learn those instead. Dec 11 awarded Critic Dec 11 awarded Nice Answer Dec 10 awarded Teacher Dec 10 answered What's the thing with $\sqrt{-1} = i$ Nov 11 comment How do I explain 2 to the power of zero equals 1 to a child @J. M. and addition. Oct 27 comment How safe is it to ignore low probability events? Risk analysis may be appropriate here. Oct 6 comment Evaluating $\int_{0}^{\infty }(2e^{-3x}+4e^{-7x})^2dx$ That's the approach I would use. Oct 4 comment The Expectation and the Variance of the runs Good point, although OP doesn't specify this. Oct 4 awarded Editor Oct 4 revised The Expectation and the Variance of the runs added 55 characters in body Oct 4 answered The Expectation and the Variance of the runs Sep 23 awarded Scholar Sep 23 accepted Approximating $\pi$ using Monte Carlo integration Sep 23 awarded Student Sep 22 asked Approximating $\pi$ using Monte Carlo integration Sep 9 comment Trying to derive two dimensional version of Parseval's theorem (for real valued functions) There is no such thing as the "Dirac function" — the Dirac delta is a distribution (i.e. generalized function, not probability distribution).