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 Sep24 awarded Autobiographer Mar31 comment Square of absolute value of a function different than square of function I will think on it later. I was not familiar with complex measurable functions. Mar30 asked Square of absolute value of a function different than square of function Feb15 awarded Disciplined Feb15 answered Writing $x^2+y^2+z^2$ as a polynomial combination of $xyz$, $x+y+z$, and $\dfrac1x+\dfrac1y+\dfrac1z$ Feb14 comment Intuition/Real-life Examples: Pairwise Independence vs (Mutual) Independence But this does not explain the intuition. I think any two pair are independent since in addition to what they have in common, there is something extraneous (in our case a different (temporally) toss event) that makes them different. When you put two together, then you know what happened in the two temporal events, and that influences anything here. Feb5 answered Is it acceptable to solve hypothetical statements in Linear Algebra using actual numbers? Feb4 revised Multivariable Calculus Vector Field Potential corrected English Feb4 suggested approved edit on Multivariable Calculus Vector Field Potential Feb4 revised If $T,S \in L(V)$, how to prove that if $T$ is not surjective then $TS$ is also not surjective ? corrected English Feb4 suggested approved edit on If $T,S \in L(V)$, how to prove that if $T$ is not surjective then $TS$ is also not surjective ? Feb4 comment Prove $A+ \emptyset = A, A+A = \emptyset$, and $A +A' = U$ using the definition of $A+B$ So you need to define at least what is empty set and what is A minus empty set rigorously. Feb4 comment Prove $A+ \emptyset = A, A+A = \emptyset$, and $A +A' = U$ using the definition of $A+B$ You did not base your arguments on axioms or some kind of definitions. When you say "This because, if you "throw away" the empty set form A, the result will be again A, whichever A is (we need it again under c))." it is a tautology, i.e. "something is like that because it is like that" Dec16 revised Limit problem function improved English Dec16 suggested approved edit on Limit problem function Dec16 answered Poisson Distribution for X > y Dec15 comment What is $(-1)^{\frac{2}{3}}$? thank you, it makes sense Dec15 comment What is $(-1)^{\frac{2}{3}}$? about 8) we can see it as a function with the codomain C^3, no? Oct17 awarded Tumbleweed Sep21 awarded Excavator