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13 votes

Solving $\frac{1}{\pi}(x \tan x) = \frac{1}{8}$ for $x \in [0,\pi]$

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Computing Lie derivative

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What shape do we get when we shear an ellipse? And more generally, do affine transformations always map conic sections to conic sections?

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Rigorously speaking, what is a covector?

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Limit of sin(1/n)*n

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Is there Geometric Interpretation of Spinors?

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notation in navier stokes equation

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given matrix $A$, decide if $P^{-1}AP$ is diagonal

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What is the most surprising result that you have personally discovered?

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What does $d\Omega$ signify?

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The volume of parallelepiped $S$ is reduced to $90\%$ of $T$.Prove that locus of $A_1$ is a plane.

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Let $\xi$ be an eigenvector of $A$. Let $\eta$ be such that $\{\eta, \xi \}$ is a base for $\Bbb R^2$, then...

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Doubts about the scalar product

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What is the scalar product used for?

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why does the area of a rhombus with same lengths as a square has a different area than the same square?

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centroid of a cone in comparison to the centroid of a triangle

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Time to reach a speed given the acceleration equation

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Is it true that $e^{i\omega}=1$ for any value of $\omega$?

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covariant derivative of ricci scalar

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Type of equation that has the property that $g(z) = 1 - g(-z)$

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To find ratio of Length and Breadth of a Rectangle

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Why are the two results of this limit inconsistent?

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definition of differentiation, continuity in multivariables.

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What is the Limit as $x^y$ approaches the origin

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Difficulty comprehending this sentence on Wikipedia

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How would I take this derivative?

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Matrix system solutions

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Conjugates of complex numbers

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To find $a,b,c$ as the directional derivative of $f(x,y,z)=axy^2+byz+cz^2x^3$ , at $(1,2-1)$ , is atmost $64$ in a direction parallel to $z$-axis?

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What is the meaning of flow in this problem?