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58 votes

Different sizes of infinity

34 votes

Difference between sum and direct sum

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Can the complex numbers be realized as a quotient ring?

14 votes

In calculus, which questions can the naive ask that the learned cannot answer?

14 votes

Evaluating the reception of (epsilon, delta) definitions

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Can we always use the language of set theory to talk about functions?

11 votes

what is sine of a real number

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Prove that the limit of a real sequence (if it exists) can't be a complex number

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In plain language, what's the difference between two things that are 'equivalent', 'equal', and 'identical'?

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limit point of the set of integers

4 votes

How different are the positive and negative numbers?

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The confusingly indistinguishable nature of a function from its image

3 votes

Can someone help me have a deeper understanding of "$i$"?

3 votes

The Intuition of the Construction of a Non-Measurable Set (Vitali Set) on the Real Line

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Axiom of choice - Equivalence relation - Representatives

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I have the following English sentence that I need to convert into a sentence of predicate logic

3 votes

Flipping sign of $i$s

3 votes

Value in retracing mathematicians' steps (specifically Galois)?

2 votes
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Prove that if a $\in \mathbb{Z}$ then $a^{3} \equiv a(mod 3)$

2 votes

Question about Cartesian products at the elementary level

2 votes

Why does dividing by zero give us no answer whatsoever?

2 votes

Explain complex numbers

2 votes

Is there a difference between the calculated value of Pi and the measured value?

2 votes

Quotient group $G = \mathbb Q/\mathbb Z$

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Where can I find the history of mathematical symbols in the order they were introduced?

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Is it possible to add vectors that don't have the same initial point or terminal point?

2 votes
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Explanation of conditions when this map is open

1 vote

Cartesian products and power sets

1 vote

Analysis continuity proof question

1 vote
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Question about proving infinite union of sequence of countable sets is countable.