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Sep
16
revised Flaw in this proof by induction
cdot instead of asterisk
Sep
16
suggested approved edit on Flaw in this proof by induction
Sep
3
revised How many times this formula will be used?
A bit of LaTeX
Sep
3
suggested approved edit on How many times this formula will be used?
Sep
3
comment Choosing a smooth function with desirable properties
Even if not, can't we just choose $\psi(x) = \int_x^1 \phi(y)\,\mathrm dy$?
Sep
3
comment The (matrix) definition of a positive-definite function
As long as you're not hanging out in $L$ spaces that has nothing to do with each other. As the function is supposed to be $f\colon \mathbb{R}\to\mathbb{C}$ it has to be defined for all $x\in\mathbb{R}$.
Sep
3
comment The (matrix) definition of a positive-definite function
Why would "any real numbers" imply continuity?
May
19
revised What is the difference between homotopy and homeomorphism?
added 4 characters in body
Apr
14
revised Extend ${\bigl(1+\frac1x\bigr)}^{{x}}$ to $\overline{\mathbb R}$
A lot of TeX
Apr
14
suggested approved edit on Extend ${\bigl(1+\frac1x\bigr)}^{{x}}$ to $\overline{\mathbb R}$
Apr
14
revised show that $g(x)= x^n f(\frac 1x) \in \Bbb F[x]. $ where $\Bbb F $ is a field
A lot of TeX
Apr
14
suggested approved edit on show that $g(x)= x^n f(\frac 1x) \in \Bbb F[x]. $ where $\Bbb F $ is a field
Dec
18
revised Proving only the summation part of Cauchy-Schwarz
TeXed the text.
Dec
18
suggested approved edit on Proving only the summation part of Cauchy-Schwarz
Dec
15
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Nov
29
revised Prove that there is no number that divides both n and n+1
Nicer LaTeX
Nov
29
revised Prove that there is no number that divides both n and n+1
Improved tex
Nov
29
suggested approved edit on Prove that there is no number that divides both n and n+1
Nov
29
suggested approved edit on Prove that there is no number that divides both n and n+1
Nov
14
revised $L^{\infty}$ norm is bounded by $L^2$ norm for holomorphic functions
Improved readability