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revised What's the equation for a rectircle? (Perfect rounded-corner rectangle without stretching on only one dim)
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revised What's the equation for a rectircle? (Perfect rounded-corner rectangle without stretching on only one dim)
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revised One-dimensional deblurring
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Jan
26
revised Postive-semidefiniteness of matrix with entries $1/(a_i+a_j)$
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Jan
7
revised Is this (self intersecting) surface considered one sided?
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Jan
3
revised What did Whitehead and Russell's “Principia Mathematica” achieve?
Whitehead you are not forgotten
Nov
20
revised Fixed point iteration convergence of $\sin(x)$ in Java
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Nov
19
revised Are there different ways to embed surface with nonvanishing curvature in a higher-dimensional Euclidean space?
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Oct
8
revised How do you denote the opposite of a range of numbers?
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Sep
18
revised Why is intersection of two independent set probability a multiplication process?
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Aug
18
revised Plantinga's logical argument for mind-body dualism
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Jul
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revised Total area for a natural nested set of convex polygons.
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Jul
30
revised Is $e^{e^{2}}$ a relatively good approximation for $1000\phi$?
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Jul
26
revised Is there a good approximation for this?
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Jul
23
revised Exhibit a smooth map $f : \mathbb{R} \to \mathbb{R}$ whose set of critical values is dense.
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Jul
20
revised Derive Cartesian cubic Möbius strip from parametric
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Jul
17
revised Verify that $\binom{n+1}{4} = \frac{\left(\substack{\binom{n}{2}\\{\displaystyle2}}\right)}{3}$ for $n \geq 4$
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Jul
11
revised Trying to understand the limit of regular polygons: circle vs apeirogon (vs infinigon?)
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Jun
13
revised Can I interpret the exponential of the derivative operator, $e^D$, as infinite shift operators each shifting “infinitesimally”?
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Jun
12
revised Can I interpret the exponential of the derivative operator, $e^D$, as infinite shift operators each shifting “infinitesimally”?
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