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Michael Medvinsky
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Show that $f'(x) = \lim\limits_{h \rightarrow 0} \dfrac{f(x+h)-f(x-h)}{2h}$

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What does this 'L' and upside down 'L' symbol mean?

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Linear interpolation with two points

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Computing $\int \frac{4\tan(x)+5}{\sin^2(x)+2\cos^2(x)+3\sin(x)\cos(x)} $

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Multiple choice exercise on $f(x)= \frac {\sin x}{|x|+ \cos x}$

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Proof of reciprocal logarithm

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proving subspace of matrix

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chebyshev nodes - formula for general interval

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What is the value of $ x(\log x)$ when $x=0$ and $x\not \to 0$?

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A System of Matrix Equations (2 Riccati, 1 Lyapunov)

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The Biharmonic Eigenvalue Problem on a Rectangle with Dirichlet Boundary Conditions

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Analyzing Dynamical System

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Is there a difference between $(x)^{\frac{1}{n}} $ and $\sqrt[n]{x}$?

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$F(F(x)+x)^k)=(F(x)+x)^2-x$

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Richardson extrapolation: how to derive an approximation for $f'(x)$ with Euler backward/forward methods

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Can you integrate by parts with one integral inside another?

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Nonlinear first order ODE

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Change of variable inside a line integral

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Can Poisson equation be solved numerically in one shot?

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$f(x,y)=\begin{cases} |\frac{y}{x^2}|exp(-|\frac{y}{x^2}|) & , x\ne0\\ 0 & , x=0 \end{cases}$

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Efficiently find $x(k)$ where $x$ is given by $Ax=b$ and $A$ is tridiagonal

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How to measure the length of a given curve precisely?

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How sensitive is a natural cubic spline?

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Can you simplify this term?

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Limit of a Sum as $n \to \infty$

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Tricky proof that the weighted average is a better estimate than the un-weighted average:

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Determine point of maxima and minima of the function

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What does it mean to say that "formula is exact for all polynomials of degree less $n$"?

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The set of inputs x(n) to a system is described with a small superscript T - what is that?

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particular solution of the second-order linear equation

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