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comment How does one establish that the set of even and odd numbers partition the set of integers?
You mean that $\pi$ is even!! or odd!!
Mar
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comment If G is a finite group of anyone of the multiplicative non-zero elements of Q,R,C,or $Z_p$ then G is cyclic
You mean finite subgroup of anyone....?
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answered Intersection between a line and a plane.
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comment Indefinite Integral
It seems that the OP is interested in Optic, since he wrote $dt$ before the integrand. +1
Mar
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comment The value of the logarithmic expression can never be $\ldots$
@JohnBrevik: Indeed, your comment solved the problem and gave the OP what he wanted to know. It seems that it shoudn't be 0.5.
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comment Partial Fraction Decomposition for Laplace Transform
@ChrisCrutchfield: Thanks! I am I could help you. :-)
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accepted Examples for infinite Hamiltonian group
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comment Finding the left and right cosets of H = {(1), (12), (34), (12) ○ (34)} in S4
@grayQuant: Yes that's right! :-)
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answered Partial Fraction Decomposition for Laplace Transform
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comment How to solve the integral of $\frac 1{(x^2+1)^2}$
(-: :-) $~~~~~~~~~~$
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answered How to solve the integral of $\frac 1{(x^2+1)^2}$
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answered The value of the logarithmic expression can never be $\ldots$
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answered Point lies inside of the sphere