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18 votes

Is there a quick way to write say positive integers in an interval in mathematical notation?

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Are polynomials with the same roots identical?

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Probability: Defective item detection.

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Is "everything is true unless the opposite is proven" a fundamental math philosophy principle?

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How am I miscalculating the telescoping sum $\log(\frac{n+1}{n})$?

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Why does $\int^{\frac{\pi}{2}}_{0}\sin{x}dx=1$?

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Is this logic of solving $\frac{0}{0}$ correct

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Rows linearly independent implies columns linearly independent

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Does $\lim_{x\to 0} \frac1{x^2}$equal $\infty$ or does it not exist?

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On half open and half closed intervals.

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Do men or women have more brothers?

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What is the probability that both the first person and the last person in the row is a girl?

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Why doesn't a constant appear when solving $\int{e^x \sin(x)dx}$?

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Good Introduction to Mathematical Analysis Book.

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question regarding proper mathematical form

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Solving $ e^z + 2 = 0$

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When does the second derivative of a multivariate function depend on the order of derivatives?

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Help to solve and understand Simultaneous equations.

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Discuss the validity of Rolle's Theorem

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How does $di+3c=0$ become $d=3ci$

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Find the value of constant $k$ that makes this function continuous

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Is flipping a coin 2 times the same as flipping 2 coins at the same time?

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derivative of a vector

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Buying forecast

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Help with $\cos^{\frac 32}(x)$

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Product of probabilities

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Prove $\frac{2\cos x}{\cos 2x + 1 }= \sec x$

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Representation of indeterminate forms?

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What will be the monthly income after 2 months?

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$\int\lim_{n\to\infty}f_nd\mu = \lim_{n\to\infty}\int f_n d\mu$