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I'm a Ph.D. student, working on limit theorems of probability theory.

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reviewed Close Physics one dimension question
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reviewed Close Checking this second derivative
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reviewed Close Is it possible to prove that this Hessian matrix is greater than $0$?
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reviewed Close a.s. and $L^1$ convergence results related to UI martingales
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reviewed No Action Needed Analysis Problem - Showing statements are true.
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reviewed No Action Needed Closed form formula for the given product
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reviewed Leave Closed Log-Likelihood measure calculus
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reviewed No Action Needed Roots of $i(t) = Ae^{\alpha t}cos(\omega t + \phi)$
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reviewed No Action Needed In the loop average computation
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reviewed No Action Needed Why is there no theory of $G$-ic varieties, for linear algebraic groups $G$?
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revised A linear combination of characteristic functions is a characteristic function?
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reviewed Close Permutation Inversion Question
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reviewed Close Self-injective ring but not semisimple?
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reviewed Close Stochastic process vs Random process!
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reviewed Close Use the alternative form of the derivative to find the derivative at x=c.
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reviewed Looks OK How many ways are there to write 675 as a difference of two squares?
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reviewed No Action Needed permutations and combinations very tough
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reviewed No Action Needed Closed formula for the sum of the following series
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reviewed No Action Needed Countable / Uncountable Sets
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reviewed Close Need some vector calculus help