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Show that these two numbers have the same number of digits

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A prime of the form $38111111\ldots$

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simple example of recursive least squares (RLS)

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Minimizing the sum of absolute values with a linear solver

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Properties of the euler totient function

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Prove or disprove: If $A^2$ is normal matrix then $A$ is normal matrix

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Continuity $\Rightarrow$ Intermediate Value Property. Why is the opposite not true?

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Prove that $n(n^2 - 1)(n + 2)$ is divisible by $4$ for any integer $n$

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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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Where are the mistakes in the following reasoning?

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Plotting Primes

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Coordinate-free proof of $\operatorname{Tr}(AB)=\operatorname{Tr}(BA)$?

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A doubt in quadratic inequality

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Does $ST=TS$ with $S,T$ diagonalizable matrices imply that they share eigenspaces?

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The sum of series involving binomial coefficients

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Solving $f(x+y)-f(x)=yf'\Big(x+ \dfrac y{2}\Big),\forall x,y\in \mathbb R$

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A sequence of functions converging to the Dirac delta

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Evaluating an infinite summation

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Construct a function $f:[0,1] \to [0,1]$ that takes every value in $[0,1]$ an infinite number of times.

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$(1+1/x)(1+1/y)(1+1/z) = 3$ Find all possible integer values of $x$, $y$, $z$ given all of them are positive integers.

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Understanding the Handshake Problem

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If a matrix commutes with all diagonal matrices, must the matrix itself be diagonal?

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The improper integral of $1/(x^2+x)$ from $0$ to $\infty$.

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Find all solutions of ${\frac {1} {x} } + {\frac {1} {y} } +{\frac {1} {z}}=1$, where $x$, $y$ and $z$ are positive integers

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Prove by induction that $P_{n}<2^{2^{n}}$, being $P_{n}$ the $n^{th}$ prime number

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Weird matrix identity

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How many permutations of the letters in the word MISSISSIPPI are palindromes?

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convergence of the iterated cosine

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Riemann integral of continuous function is zero implies function is zero

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Solving matrix equation $AX = B$

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