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 Sep 24 awarded Autobiographer Jul 2 awarded Curious May 10 accepted Exponentiation with a random variable May 10 comment Exponentiation with a random variable How embarrassing. Usually he uses $\bar{X}$ for X compliment. This sudden change in notation mixed with the fact that he used $C$ later left me very confused, and now that I posted this question, quite embarrassed. May 10 asked Exponentiation with a random variable Feb 18 comment Double integral over joint density function yields strange results It does, @Did. I have never studied multivariable calculus qua itself, so this has me a bit confused. Your answer was quite helpful. Thanks Feb 18 accepted Double integral over joint density function yields strange results Feb 16 asked Double integral over joint density function yields strange results Nov 5 accepted Finding a vector that is in two subspaces Nov 5 comment Finding a vector that is in two subspaces @copper.hat Ah. Okay, I re-ran the algebra on the system of equations -- I made an arithmetic error -- frustrating. I now get what you do, and also a means of generating more vectors. Thank you! Nov 5 comment Finding a vector that is in two subspaces How did you get that? Nov 5 asked Finding a vector that is in two subspaces Nov 3 awarded Commentator Nov 3 comment limit question $\lim_{x\to0}(100\csc^2(x)-\csc^2(\frac{x}{10}))$ With these kinds of problems, the first thing I'll usually do is try breaking down CSC and any other trig functions into other trig functions that are easier to deal with. Which usually helps at leas somewhat. Nov 2 accepted When is $1\vec{u} \neq \vec{u}$? Nov 2 awarded Editor Nov 2 revised When is $1\vec{u} \neq \vec{u}$? grammar Nov 2 comment When is $1\vec{u} \neq \vec{u}$? So you're saying they're defining properties, not necessarily listing restrictions? That makes sense. Thanks! Nov 2 comment When is $1\vec{u} \neq \vec{u}$? @austin Exactly so. I was confused, since whenever I have encountered scalar multiplication of anything, multiplication by 1 has always been an identity; Are there cases where this doesn't hold? Nov 2 comment When is $1\vec{u} \neq \vec{u}$? To whomever downvoted: Care to explain?