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comment Is Dodecahedron tesselation somehow possible?
Given the heavy distortion of the earths near the left side of the screen I'm inclined to believe it's a hyperbolic tiling: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Order-4_dodecahedral_honeycomb
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comment derivative of domain of integration
Sorry, I'm not seeing it. I can integrate up a $g$ with $\nabla_y \cdot g(x,y) = f(x,y)$ but I don't see how Stokes helps.
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comment derivative of domain of integration
Sure, I'm aware of all three, but don't see how Stokes applies here.
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accepted Number of samples needed to get a given expected distance
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asked derivative of domain of integration
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comment Why do we need to learn Set Theory?
I have a hard time imagining how your classmates intend to talk about groups, rings, and fields without using ideas from set theory.
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awarded  Excavator
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revised Probability that the convex hull of random points contains sphere's center
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reviewed Close Irreducible polynomial and primes
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reviewed Close What is the constant term of the Laurent Series for $\cos(z)/z^2$?
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reviewed Close How to solve $234\times456\times542=$? multiplication mentally
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reviewed Close Function interpolation
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awarded  Constituent
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reviewed Close Is there a formula telling if number is prime?
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reviewed Approve algebraic-combinatorics tag wiki excerpt
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reviewed Reject Distribution of the ratio of two dependent chi-square
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reviewed Close Number of sequences of 0s and 1s of length N such that k consecutive 1s are present
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comment covariant and contravariant components and change of basis
@janmarqz Certainly not! I was referring specifically to the "covariant" and "contravariant" formalism.
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answered group operations are smooth in $\text{SL}(n, \mathbb{R})$
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reviewed Leave Open Polynomials: functions of functions integer roots