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8 votes
5 answers
4k views

How similar are circular and parabolic paths?

6 votes
3 answers
23k views

Integration by parts with limits

5 votes
5 answers
4k views

Is there an equation for every graph?

5 votes
5 answers
328 views

$\cos(\arcsin(x)) = \cdots $

5 votes
2 answers
1k views

Relationship between areas of circles and spheres

4 votes
3 answers
2k views

Integral of $\sec^2{x} \tan^2{x}$

3 votes
3 answers
3k views

Best way to expand $(2+x-x^2)^6$

2 votes
2 answers
740 views

What is $\log(0/x)$?

2 votes
1 answer
97 views

Cartesian equation for $\pi \le t \le 2\pi$

2 votes
4 answers
510 views

Integral of $2x^2 \sec^2{x} \tan{x}$

2 votes
2 answers
849 views

$ \ln|\sec x|$ explained

2 votes
0 answers
110 views

Wavelets vs Fourier Transforms

1 vote
1 answer
92 views

$\int{(\sec^4{x})}dx = \cdots$

1 vote
0 answers
41 views

Finding correlation between function input and output

1 vote
3 answers
7k views

Map [0, infinity] to [0, 1]

1 vote
2 answers
41 views

How would I logarithmically scale a fraction

1 vote
1 answer
56 views

Mechanics - Friction

1 vote
1 answer
7k views

Exponential, or logarithmic, decrease.

1 vote
0 answers
48 views

Find closed formula for series

1 vote
3 answers
293 views

Bijection from $\{0,1\}^k \rightarrow P(\{1, ..., k\})$

1 vote
3 answers
100 views

Definite integral of $4x(1+x)^3$

1 vote
1 answer
27 views

Gradient Representations

1 vote
1 answer
67 views

A-Level Core Mathematics 1 - Differentiation Question

1 vote
2 answers
4k views

Inverse of $\tan^{2}\theta$?

1 vote
1 answer
152 views

Universal Equation For $x$

1 vote
3 answers
116 views

Solving $5\sin x=1+2\cos^2x$, without sketching a graph

0 votes
1 answer
61 views

Algebraic Long-Division, where the divifing $x$ has a co-efficient

0 votes
0 answers
223 views

Linear Regression And Coding

0 votes
3 answers
122 views

Implicit Derivative of $2xy=0$

0 votes
2 answers
112 views

Integration by substitution: $\int(\frac{x^2}{x^2 - 4})dx = \cdots$