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28 votes

What is the difference between the three types of logarithms?

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Parabola always through two points.

6 votes

What is e in this equation, and how do I solve it?

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Is there a number besides $\phi$ that either squared or added one gives the same answer?

5 votes

Solving simple integral

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Find 3 integers a such that $ a\equiv 19^{10562}(mod\: 40320) $

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Solving $e^x - 3 = 0$

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Why is $ a^x = e^{x \log a} $?

2 votes

Roots of a function of only negative slope

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

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Problem in understanding the concept of differentiation.

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Why do rational functions like $\frac{1}{x}$ have weird shapes?

2 votes

Confusion about exponential function.

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Creating a function F(x) such that all outputs exist between -5 and 5

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how to understand sigmoid(x+y)- sigmoid(x-y)

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How i get the $x$ of the equation

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What did I do wrong with this integral?

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Product of exponents property

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Double Chain Rule for Partial Derivatives

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Can this expression be expressed in another way?

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Problems with putting $r=e^{-\theta \cot(\theta)}$ into rectangular form

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How would I get the actual value from a time complexity formula?

1 vote

how to know when the solution to a matrix is given in parametric form?

1 vote

Hypercube in infinite dimension

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Get equation for real and complex coordinate of different level Mandelbrot Sets directly?

1 vote

Wrong calculation by a calculator

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How to find the quotient of a rational expression

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How do I compute the following complex number?

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Difference in use between $d$, $\partial$, $\operatorname d$, $\varDelta$ and $D$ for derivatives.

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Derivatives: If $f(x)= 1/e^x $ then