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The dual space of $c$ is $\ell^1$

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Where do the first two numbers of Fibonacci Sequence come from?

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Interior estimate for derivatives of harmonic function

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function which is harmonic in the upper half plane (Poisson's formula)

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Has Stewart Calculus (8th edition) bungled 14.6 #29?

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Convergence series problem

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Proof that if $a^n|b^n$ then $a|b$

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Evaluating integral by parts.

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Odd one out questions

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Inverse image of a Borel set is a Borel set under measurable function

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A Complex Variable ODE

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Find the least nonnegative residue

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Parseval's identity, decomposition of inproduct.

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Hölder inequality and interpolation

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Neumann problem for Laplace equation on Balls by using Green function

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Converse to the Hausdorff-Young inequality

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the map from the horizontal bundle is a submersion or an immersion

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"Strong" translations are continuous for $L^p$?

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Dirichlet Problem for the Half space: differentiating under the integral sign.

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Prove that $A^T \cdot A$ equal $I$ for an orthonormal matrix $A$ directly using matrix multiplication

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Strong convexity of squared $\ell_p$ norm in Bregman divergence

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Show that a sequence of reals is cauchy

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Finding a limit using change of variable- how come it works?

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Does $\infty^0=1$?

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Show that $\mu$ is unique and right-continuous

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Convergence of Cauchy sequence $(x_n)$, where $x_n=1/n^2$.

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Calculus - Check if the line is parallel to the plane

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In Arrow's theorem, why not $n=2$?

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Volume of the solid whose base is a triangular region with squares as a cross-section

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Constructing a bounded function with no min/max values using a particular sequence of points