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Justin Benfield
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What will mathematicians do when they run out of letters in the Greek and English alphabets?

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Is the binomial theorem actually more efficient than just distributing

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An invitation to differential geometry?

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Am I wrong or is my professor wrong? (Basic measure theory/set theory)

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Why we can add an element on both sides like this?

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What are good "math habits" that have improved your mathematical practice?

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If $(f_n)\to f$ uniformly and $f_n$ is uniformly continuous for all $n$ then $f$ is uniformly continuous

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Preserving equality between different mathematical objects

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Reversing level to xp formula

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Definition of the total derivative.

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Sum of reciprocals of the perfect powers

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What's the difference between arccos(x) and sec(x)?

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How isomorphism makes groups alike?

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Lattice of Subgroups and Automorphisms

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Soft Question: Good strategies for writing a technical book or textbook

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Expanding an isomorphism between subgroups of $G$ to an automorphism on $G$

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SAT Math question about polynomials

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Classify groups of order $pq^2$ using semidirect product

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If $ f $is continuous on an open interval is the range,$ f((a,b))$, an open interval?

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simple math matrix transformation

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How to know whether an Ordinary Differential Equation is Chaotic?

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Need help for the example on conjugation.

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How can I imagine double/repeated root of a quadratic equation?

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Existence in variants of the Axiom of Choice

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How to get better at calculus?

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What's the advantages of writing standard calculus into lie differentiation?

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What exactly do we mean by $\frac{d^2y}{dx^2}$

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Intersecting a function and its inverse

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Mathematics hiding in plain sight

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Ambiguous intersection notation: $\mathcal G(\mathbb R^{[0,1]})\cap C([0,1])$

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