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comment Entire function with positive real part is constant (no Picard)
Its singularities are all removable.
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comment Entire function with positive real part is constant (no Picard)
@user64494: In general, the composition is a meromorphic function. But in this case it is a bounded meromorphic function, i.e. an entire function.
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answered $l_1$ Matrix Norm Inequality
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comment Entire function with positive real part is constant (no Picard)
Yes, that is sound.
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answered What does this infinite sum represent?
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answered Intuition behind inner product of gradient
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answered Using Contour Integrals to Calculate Other Integrals
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answered Variance for random variable X
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answered Entire function with positive real part is constant (no Picard)
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answered Recurrence relation question. Homework.
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comment Finding the expectation of functions of random variables with a bivariate normal distribution
@Luchia : No. There's no reason to think that $X+Y$ and $X-Y$ are uncorrelated.
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comment Finding the expectation of functions of random variables with a bivariate normal distribution
@MichaelHardy Not in this case.
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answered Relaxed optimization problems
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comment Minimizing absolute value of a sum of cosines
Well then, take $x$ arbitrarily close to $0$.
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comment Finding the expectation of functions of random variables with a bivariate normal distribution
You must be given more information than that: you need the variances. Then use the definition of variance and the linearity of expected value.