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Modular arithmetic

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find $u$, $v$, $w$ such that $u \times (v \times w)\neq (u \times v) \times w$

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Online reference about semi-direct products in finite group theory?

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How can a "proper" function have a vertical slope?

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The reason of self-learning mathematics.

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Calculate the definite integral with $\lim$

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Logic and proof

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What is meant by "mathematical maturity"?

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What is the square root of matrix

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Is there a basis which spans the real numbers?

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Calculate the viewing-angle on a square (3d-calc)

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Derivative of trace of fourth-order matrix product?

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Russell's Paradox

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Annual effective rate of interest

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heat equation with a laplacian operator squared and power of 2

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Teasing apart an explanation of the Central Limit Theorem

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Stokes's theorem outer unit normal for a hemisphere

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A problem using Lagrange multiplier 3

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How to find an equation for all points (x,y)(x,y) for which f(x,y)f(x,y) has a maximum rate of change in a direction parallel to a given vector vv?

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Expected value of number of tiles needed to fill up a given area

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How to choose r(t) for a vector line integral?

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Is $\frac{ 2x^2y(x^2-y^4) }{ ( x^2 + y^4)^2 }$ continuous at $(0,0)$

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determine the largest car tyres lifespan

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In the definition of limit why delta depends on epsilon ? why not epsilon depends on delta?

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Area of intersection of polynomial inequalities.

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Relative Velocity-Shortest Distance

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How can I apply the chain rule to a multivariable function?

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Can purchase of insurance be justified mathematically?

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How exactly one can show parametric equations in a graph

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Why does $\lim_{x\to 0^{+}} \ln(e^x - 1) = -\infty$ and not $1$?