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Dec
23
revised For $x∈\mathbb{R}^n$ , let $B(x,r)$ denote the closed ball in $\mathbb{R}^n$(with Euclidean norm) of radius $r$ centered at $x$
adding 2
Dec
23
comment Prove convergence without Lebesgue theory
relevant
Dec
23
comment pointwise convergence of a bounded set of integrable functions
Essentially the same
Dec
23
revised A question about positive Lebesgue measure
title
Dec
22
revised What is the difference between $\lfloor f \rfloor (x)$ and $\lfloor f(x) \rfloor $?
Editing title so it match with body
Dec
22
comment What is the difference between $\lfloor f \rfloor (x)$ and $\lfloor f(x) \rfloor $?
What is the difference between $f\circ g(x)$ and $f(g(x))$?
Dec
19
comment Showing that $\nu \ll \mu$ implies $\forall \epsilon > 0$, $\exists \delta > 0$ s.t. $\mu(A) < \delta \implies \nu(A) < \epsilon$
What is you definition of $\nu \ll \mu$?
Dec
19
comment Clarifications about the definition of algebraic systems and algebraic structures
Following the definitions, an algebraic system is for example $\langle \Bbb Z, +\rangle$ and an algebraic structure is $\langle \Bbb Z,+,\leq\rangle$
Dec
18
comment A characterization of functions from $\mathbb R^n$ to $\mathbb R^m$ which are continuous
I tink it should be "...and thus an interval containing $f(a)$..."
Dec
18
comment What exactly is infinity?
There is typo in your limit
Dec
17
revised If the graph of a function $f: A \rightarrow \mathbb R$ is compact, is $f$ continuous where $A$ is a compact metric space?
deleted 7 characters in body
Dec
17
revised $f\geq 0$, continuous and $\int_a^b f=0$ implies $f=0$ everywhere on $[a,b]$
improving title
Dec
16
answered Does $f(x)$ is continuous and $f = 0$ a.e. imply $f=0$ everywhere?
Dec
15
revised $f\geq 0$, continuous and $\int_a^b f=0$ implies $f=0$ everywhere on $[a,b]$
typo
Dec
15
revised Inverse matrix norm under simple conditions
formatting
Dec
15
comment Find the upper and lower limits of $xf(x)$, as $x\rightarrow \infty$
In yor solution, how do you get the first inequality, notice that in $f$ the integral is respect to $t$, no $x$
Dec
15
comment Find the upper and lower limits of $xf(x)$, as $x\rightarrow \infty$
What do you mean by "Of course I calculated that function"
Dec
15
comment Proving that if $g(x)$ is injective, and $g(f(x))$ is injective, then $f(x)$ is injective
@pie you can accept this answer.
Dec
15
comment Inverse function of a polynomial
How is this different from the original question?
Dec
14
comment Iterated Integrals - “Counterexample” to Fubini's Theorem
You can answer your own question. You can even accept your answer =)