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Jul
14
revised Prove $A = (A \setminus B) \cup (A \cap B)$
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Jul
13
answered if $\epsilon >0$, then there exists $\delta > 0$ such that if $Q$ is partition with $||Q||< \delta$, then $L(Q;f) \geq L(f) - \epsilon$
Jul
13
revised Possible values of $\int \frac{dz}{\sqrt{1-z^2}}$ over a closed curve in a region?
Typo.
Jul
3
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Jul
3
answered Why is every conformal bijection between disks a linear fractional transformation?
Jul
1
comment Prove that if $a,b \in \mathbb{R}$ and $|a-b|\lt 5$, then $|b|\lt|a|+5.$
This answer does contain enough detail.
Jul
1
revised Integration of powers of the $\sin x$
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Jun
29
comment Roots of Legendre Polynomial
Roots are simple
Jun
23
comment $z_0$ non-removable singularity of $f\Rightarrow z_0$ essential singularity of $\exp(f)$
Regarding your explanation that if $z_0$ is a pole of then it's an essential singularity of $e^f$, you claim that the image of some open disk contains the complement of a disk. The definition of being a pole implies that the image of some disk is contained in the complement of a disk, I fail to see the inclusion in the other direction. How do you find a disk, such that any $z$ outside has a preimage?
Jun
2
comment Winding number of a point outside the curve is 0
Cauchy's Theorem for an open disk is enough here.
Jun
2
revised Winding number of a point outside the curve is 0
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May
18
revised Does the set of differences of a Lebesgue measurable set contains elements of at most a certain length?
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May
14
answered Why is a Möbius transform uniquely determined based on known mappings of three points?
May
12
comment Sum of distances for vertices lying on a circle
Ahlfors's Complex Analysis, Exercise 3, page 80.
May
12
revised Is Lipschitz's condition necessary for existence of unique solution of an I.V.P.?
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May
12
comment Is Lipschitz's condition necessary for existence of unique solution of an I.V.P.?
To your first question: that problem, for $x\in[0,1]$ that problem is equivalent to two IVP. To your second question there's a typo I'm about to correct.
May
10
revised Is Lipschitz's condition necessary for existence of unique solution of an I.V.P.?
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May
10
answered Is Lipschitz's condition necessary for existence of unique solution of an I.V.P.?
May
4
revised Compute $\lim\limits_{n\to \infty}\frac{\prod\limits_{k=1}^{n}a_k}{2^n}$
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Apr
27
comment Consider the equation: $x' = f(t,x)$. Prove that there is a two-way correspondence between the initial and the limits of the solutions.
It doesn't matter. There's no problem in posting the original problem in portuguese. Which limits and which initial? Initial conditions, and limits at infinity?