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Russells Paradox and definition of a set in Terry Tao's Analysis I

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Is every Closed set a Perfect set?

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Product of Polynomials is Zero

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Real analysis for a non-mathematician.

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If a field element is simultaneously an $m$th and $n$th power...

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Pointwise convergence of Fourier series from Rudin

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Can you 'take $\limsup$' in both sides of an inequality?

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What math do I need to know for MD5?

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Does this make mathematical sense?

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What do french mathematicians call a ray?

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Determining convergence of series which seems to be oscillating

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Row swapping through matrix multiplication

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What is the most used method for proving continuity for simple functions such as $f(x) = x^{1/3}$

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Prob. 6, Chap. 1, in Rudin's PMA

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When does the improper integral of the sum of two functions converge?

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Winding number, Conway text

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Different definitions of absorbing sets from the Wikepedia

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Show that this limit is positive,

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Tao's explanation on how to avoid disjointness for definition of simple function in derivation of Lebesgue Integral

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Baby Rudin exercise 1.6: Is this the proof Rudin expects?

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Lebesgue integrability of the maximal function.

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Showing that sequences such that $\sum_{n=1}^\infty {x_n\over n} =1$ form a closed subset of $l^2$

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Does $\mid x-y\mid>0,x\neq-y$ imply $\mid\mid x\mid-\mid y\mid\mid>0$?

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Does $e^{1/t}$ have a Laplace Transform?

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Rudin's "Functional Analysis" theorem 6.5

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why does this function converge pointwise

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How to solve $x^3 = 1$?

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A sequence of functions which converges point wise to a function but does not converge in L_2

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Simplifying $\frac{dy'}{dy}$ where $y=f(x)$

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Suggestion of a book available in pdf, to learn Lebesgue integration.

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