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Nick D.
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There exists a power of 2 such that the last five digits are all 3's or 6's. Find the last 5 digits of this number

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Probability of getting two pair in poker

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Can someone confirm my method and answer for this trig problem?

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Splitting a sandwich and not feeling deceived

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Mismatching results using Fundamental Theorem of Calculus.

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Fixed-Point Theorem Proof

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Why is an open interval not a compact set?

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If $f:X\to Y$ is continuous and surjective, and $X$ is metrizable, so is $Y$?

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Looking for a homeomorphism

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does the domain can be considered as subset of it image under 1 to 1 function?

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if A = {a,b,c} . Prove OR disprove that P(A) "power set of A" is a group under the union operation

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Why is $f'(c) = \text{does not exist}$ a critical point?

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Tensoring is not left exact

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On the definition of a geodesic in a metric space

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Does that improper integral converge or diverge?

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Can this whiskey be a result of combining whiskey A, B, and C in any ratio?

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Why is this presupposition necessary? (set)

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Find all the real Zeros of the function?

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Is $\sum_{n=1}^\infty\frac{e^{\arctan(n)}}{n^2+1}$ convergent or divergent?

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A team of 4 students is to be selected from 12 students with conditions

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geometry question (triangle & circle)

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Group Theory first homomorphism theorem

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Base of the $\mathbb{R}$ vector space that contains all real functions: $f(x) \not= 0$ for finitely many x $\in\mathbb{R}$

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Equation for linear subspaces

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Does the preservation of sequential limits imply continuity in non-metrizable spaces?

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Show that finite set no accumulation points

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Help with monty hall problem

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The converse of a corollary to the intermediate value theorem

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transition functions of a vector bundle

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Proving with epsilon for a continuous function