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Visually stunning math concepts which are easy to explain

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How to find the factorial of a fraction?

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When is this sum of perfect powers bounded

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Is every boolean algebra isomorphic to the quotient of a powerset algebra?

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When is this sum of perfect powers bounded

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Polynomial has roots in any ring $\mathbb{Z}/n\mathbb{Z}$ but not in $\mathbb{Z}$

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Observation on Erdős–Moser equation.

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Hodge star operator independent of orthonormal basis

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Is there a limiting case for this sequence of infinite product representations for the theta function?

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I need the proving of $x\log(x)=(\frac{x-1}{x})+\frac{3}{2!}(\frac{x-1}{x})^2+\frac{11}{3!}(\frac{x-1}{x})^3+...\frac{S_{n}}{n!}(\frac{x-1}{x})^n$

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What was the first bit of mathematics that made you realize that math is beautiful? (For children's book)

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Show that $\rho$ must be 2-dimensional

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Limits in a dcpo with the Scott topology

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Integration of powers of trigonometric function with linear term

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Proof of recursive formula for Catalan numbers, and their interpretation as the number of paths

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Unusual equation(s) obtained at an attempt to solve an open problem

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Euclidean frame validity

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Prove if $\mu(x)$,$\mu_1(x)$,$\mu_2(x)$ are minimal polynomial of $T$,$T|_{V_1}$,$T|_{V_2}$ then...

1 vote

How do you find the area of parallelogram from only the sides of a equation

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Understanding tensor product of modules over Hopf algebras

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Stability of the null solution in an autonomous system

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How can I draw a function of the nome $q$ on the unit disk?

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Why is the set of all functions mapping $\{0,1\}\to\Bbb N$ countable, but the set of all functions mapping $\Bbb N\to\{0,1\}$ uncountable?

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An identity involving Stirling numbers of the second kind and binomial coefficients