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10 votes

How to think about a quotient sets modulo an equivalence relation, and well-defined functions on the quotient set.

8 votes

Do we distinguish two singular simplices if they have different vertex orders?

4 votes

How to solve $(\ln e)^2$

4 votes
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Commutativity of linear operators

4 votes
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Is this function Injective/surjective? $f: \mathbb{Z} \to \mathbb{Z}, \ f(x) = x^2+x+1$

3 votes

Shortest path in conformal maps of a surface

3 votes

$(z+i)^n + (\overline{z+i})^n = 0$

2 votes

How do I express the following limit as a definite integral?

2 votes

Zeno's Achilles & Tortoise - Where exactly is the proof wrong?

2 votes

why are $e^{2x}$ and $e^{x^2}$ inequal?

2 votes

$g_{i,j}$ in the inner product.

1 vote
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If $L_A = L_B$ then $A = B$

1 vote

Examples of closed manifolds?

1 vote
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Hint for exercise on differential geometry

1 vote

Is $((\frac{1}{a})^{\frac{1}{b}})^{\frac{1}{c}}=\frac{1}{\sqrt[bc]{a}}$?

1 vote

How one vector space can have more than one basis?

1 vote

Prove that the given function: $h(x) = x^2$ is continuous at every real number

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Step question, locus of points where angle of elevation to tops of flagpoles is always the same

1 vote

Prove that set $A=\{{(x,x)\in \mathbb R ^2 | x \in \mathbb R\}}$ is open/closed/none

1 vote

Subset of a Specific Set

1 vote
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cup product well definedness

1 vote

Check differentiability of function in $x_0 = 0$

1 vote

How to construct a bijection between $\{0,1,\dots,2017\}×\Bbb N$ and $\Bbb N$?

1 vote

How to find a basis for $\mathcal{W} \in \mathbb{R}^5$

1 vote
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uniform convergence on (0, 1) but not convergent

1 vote

$\frac{d}{dx} \sqrt{x+2}$

1 vote

What are the changes that have to be made in tangent equation if I want to use it for ($a<b$) ellipse as well..??

1 vote

If $\lim \limits_{x \to c} f'(x) = l \in \Bbb R$. Does it mean $f$ is differentiable at $c$ and $f'(c) = l$.

1 vote

An explanation as to why U equals the indiscrete topology on A.

1 vote

Theorem Proof for "The number 0 times a vector is 0"