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Why does factorizing of polynomials work

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$f:\mathbb{R}\rightarrow\mathbb{R}$ be continuous function such that $f\circ f=f.$

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elementary ways to show $\zeta(-1) = -1/12$

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Why do we use supremum instead of maximum in Riemann Integration?

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Understanding Proof of Poisson Summation Formula

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Is $(5+\sqrt[3]2)^n$ ever an integer for $n \in \Bbb Z \setminus \{0\}$?

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How to solve $1 +e^{ix}+e^{iy}=0$ for $x,y \in [-\pi,\pi]$

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Can $bab$ be a generator of the following covering space?

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Convergence radius of sum using sin

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Find the values of a function in a region knowing its average value over any chord of the region

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What is meant by a polynomial that is "irreducible"? And a "prime" polynomial?

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Rearrange derivative for b

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Theorem Explanation: Sequences and Convergence

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Problem 13 - Chapter 5 - Evans' PDE (Second Edition)

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show that $ \lim_{n\rightarrow\infty} v_{n}$exists.

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Is there any geometry behind the Basel problem?

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Is it possible that $P^t A P$ is digonal, but $P^{-1} A P$ isn't?

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Subgroup of $S_7$ generated by two permutations

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Laurent series and residue for functions of the form f(f(z))

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Expressing a polynomial in $n$ variables in the form of a summation

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Prove that if $T(n) = T(n - 1) + \Theta(n)$, then $T(n) = \Omega(n^2)$

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Sturm Liouville applied to a Laplace equation

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Finding the Jordan normal form

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Let G be a group such that $|G| = pk$, where $p$ is a prime, $k < p$.

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How was this Laplace transform equation solved?

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Graphical explanation for non-differentiability of $z \mapsto \bar z$

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Prove $|\max_{v}{f(v)} - \max_{v}{g(v)}| \leq \max_{v}{|f(v) - g(v)|}$

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Is study of function important for higher mathematics?

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Deriving sums from Fourier series

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Squeeze theorem or monotone convergence to solve for convergence