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Apr
14
comment Why is integration so much harder than differentiation?
I believe the aythors name is Sussman rather than Susskind.
Apr
11
comment Fourier inverse of a function to get dirac
@Tryss, certainly true :). I like the theory of generalised functions because it is elementary and allows begginers to have some rigorous proofs under their belts even if they still aren't ready for the theory of distributions.
Apr
11
comment Fourier inverse of a function to get dirac
@dc3rd, amazon.com/gp/aw/d/0521091284/…
Apr
11
revised Fourier inverse of a function to get dirac
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Apr
11
answered Fourier inverse of a function to get dirac
Apr
11
answered Diagonalizing a matrix in C
Apr
5
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Mar
29
comment How does one find the Laplace transform for the product of the Dirac delta function and a continuous function?
Just use the delta function to collapse the integral.
Mar
29
comment What is a closed path in $\mathbb{R}^3$?
Try a circle in the xz plane.
Mar
18
comment Series Expansion of the determinant for a matrix near the identity.
Since nobody presented an alternative solution I've accepted my own answer.
Mar
18
accepted Series Expansion of the determinant for a matrix near the identity.
Mar
16
answered Examples of familiar, easy-to-visualize manifolds that admit Lie group structures
Mar
8
reviewed Leave Closed what is the answer of this stochastic integral?
Mar
8
reviewed Close $f(n)$ takes the integers to the reals with $f(m + n) + f(m - n) = 2f(m) + 2f(n)$.
Mar
8
comment Finding summation of series by inspection.
See my answer to math.stackexchange.com/questions/986835/… , a similar method will work here. There isn't a way to just see the result as far as I know.
Mar
8
comment Finding summation of series by inspection.
Why the giant font?
Mar
7
revised How to solve 5x=0.01^x
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Mar
7
comment How do I find the Cesaro sum of the series $\{1, -1, 1, -1, …\}$?
Just curious, why are people trying to close this question?
Mar
7
reviewed Leave Open Show that the group is trivial.
Mar
7
reviewed Leave Open How do I find the Cesaro sum of the series $\{1, -1, 1, -1, …\}$?