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asked When is the inequality $\beta(a_1+b_1, a_2+b_2)\ge \beta(a_1, a_2)\beta(b_1, b_2)$ true?
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revised How to factor quadratics $(x^2 + 4x + (-357) = 0)$
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suggested approved edit on How to factor quadratics $(x^2 + 4x + (-357) = 0)$
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answered Sum of two independent binomial variables
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revised Determining a confidence interval for $\sigma$ from a Rayleigh distribution
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reviewed No Action Needed Doubt in Calculus Limit Problem
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reviewed No Action Needed How to work out the formula that connects several numbers
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reviewed No Action Needed Can a polygon have four 90 degree corners and still not be a rectangle?
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answered How to prove that for any $n$ in $\mathbb{N}$ that $(\frac{3}{2})^n \ge n$?
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accepted $N_Q(R)=N_Q(Q\cap R)$ where $Q, R \le P$, $Q$ normal and $P$ a $p$-group
May
10
comment $N_Q(R)=N_Q(Q\cap R)$ where $Q, R \le P$, $Q$ normal and $P$ a $p$-group
I don't see how $R$ would necessarily be normal if $N_Q(R)=Q$. Why can there not exists $x\in P\setminus Q$ such that $xRx^{-1} \neq R$?
May
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asked $N_Q(R)=N_Q(Q\cap R)$ where $Q, R \le P$, $Q$ normal and $P$ a $p$-group