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Chee Han
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Hints on integrating (rather complicated) exponential function

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Inconsistency of limits

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Intuition of weak star convergence.

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Inverse of a square root operator.

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Necessary and sufficient condition for a periodic system to have a non-trivial periodic solution.

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Why sub- and super-harmonic?

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Differentiating the single-layer potential

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Eigenvalue Problem for Fredholm (Generalised?) Integro-Differential Equations

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Reference for Bochner space.

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The equation $a^x=x$ for $a>1$.

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Compute $\int_0^x \sqrt{s(2-s)}\, ds $

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Is a right circular cylinder a Lipschitz domain?

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Verify the solution of the wave equation with Heaviside initial condition.

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How to numerically solving a spectral optimisation problem?

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Sufficiency of Euler-Lagrange equations for constrained minimisation problem

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Weakly lower semicontinuity on weighted Sobolev space

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Integral of powers of Bessel function from 0 to infinity

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Definition of fundamental eigenvalue and sign of fundamental eigenfunction.

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Solve $(y')^2 = 1+\dfrac{1}{y^2}$.

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Maximising a finite sum of product terms.

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Nonnegativity assumption for the Schwarz rearrangement of a function

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Converse of Bounded Inverse Theorem

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What does it mean to say that a Hilbert space $E$ is dense in $F'$, where $F$ is another Hilbert space?

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Show that the set of potential fields is closed in $L^2(\Omega)$.