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Dan Öz
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848 views

What is the relation between the high school definition of a vector and the abstract algebra definition?

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1 answer
780 views

What is the difference, geometrically, between row vectors and column vectors?

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2 answers
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Confusion on the definition of the inverse function

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2 answers
204 views

What is the intuition behind the probability intersection formula?

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1 answer
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Axiomatic derivation of conditional from biconditional

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2 answers
642 views

Proof in Peano Arithmetic

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3 answers
616 views

How to formulate an induction principle for the set of all integers?

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1 answer
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How to think about changes to the median

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1 answer
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Simple proof of $\phi \rightarrow \neg \neg \phi$

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If there is an surjection $f : \Bbb{Z}^+ \to a$, then there is an injection $f : a \to \Bbb{Z}^+$ [duplicate]

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1 answer
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Does my proof that the recurrence $T(n) = T(\frac{n}{2}) + d = \Theta(lgn)$work?

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45 views

An injection from $\mathcal{P} (\mathbb{Z^{+})}$ to $\mathcal{P} (\mathbb{ N \times N)}$

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Understanding base cases of inductive proofs in algorithm analysis Cormen et al

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For any sentence $\phi$ of first-order logic, the only sentence which is an initial segment of $\phi$ is $\phi$ itself.

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1 answer
30 views

Confusion about the import of the standard error

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1 answer
109 views

How to enforce symmetry in a combination problem?

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1 answer
42 views

Probability that a sample of sweets is rejected

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For any sentence $A$, the only sentence which is an initial segment of $A$ is $A$ itself

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54 views

Explicit Substitution in Peano Arithmetic proofs.

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Proof of $\forall y(Sx + y = S(x + y))$ in Peano Arithmetic.

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99 views

Is my axiomatic proof of $\phi \vdash \neg \neg \phi$ correct?

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38 views

I don't trust my proof of $ \neg ( \phi \rightarrow \neg \psi) \vdash \phi$

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90 views

Why can we treat the numerator as a constant in partial fractions?

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How do I show a non-geometric and non-arithmetic series converges? [duplicate]

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3 answers
674 views

Why is the conditional probability formula not the intersection of A and B over A, rather than the intersection over P(A)?

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50 views

Why are all fields vector spaces over themselves?

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Let R be a relation and A and B sets. Suppose A is a subset of B. If A is not empty, and R is transitive on A, must it also be transitive on B?