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Anguepa
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Equality of measures on a generating $\sigma$-algebra

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Homework question on convergence using the p-adic metric

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Non-separable compact space

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Cardinality of Power set of naturals equal to $\Bbb{N}^\Bbb{N}$

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Is my intuition correct?

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Proof about finite integral domains.

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Under what circumstances compact $\iff$ closed and bounded

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Prove that $S_n = 1 − 2^{-n}$ converges to $1$ as $n$ approaches infinity using formal definition of convergence

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General question about derivatives.

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How many 3-element subsets are there of set ${1,2,...5n}$ in which number 2 appears?

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Set of continuous maps is closed in set of all maps

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About a proof of the fact "An interval in $\mathbb{R}$ is connected".

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Non-locally compact subset of $\mathbb{R}^2$ and its compactification

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Showing that sets are countable/uncountable

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A question from the proof of the Tietze's Extension Theorem

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Calculating the probability of the 'common birthday problem' differently yields a different result?

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Requirements for subspaces

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Cumulative distribution and probability mass functions.

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How many alphabetic string are there whose length is at most five?

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Contact point VS boundary point

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If a function's integral over any Borel set is $0$, it must be 0 - why?

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Proving Sorgenfrey line not homeomorfpic to $\mathbb{R}$ and $\mathbb{R}^2$ and its subspaces

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Approximating a continuous real valued function with a rational valued function on $\mathbb Q$

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Can a norm take infinite value? For example, $\|\cdot \|_1$?

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Equivalent Definitions of Types

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why is there no order in metric spaces?

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Documentary on number theory

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A Hausdorff space with all proper closed subspaces being compact is a compact space.

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Prove that $\lim_{x→0} f(x) = A$.

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Prove that card$( \bigcup \{A_n : n\in \mathbb{N}\} ) \leq$ card$(\mathbb{R})$