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How do I integrate the Boltzmann equation for neutrinos?

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Proving closure for a set with $e^{tH}$

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How to integrate when "by parts" doesn't seem to be a solution?

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Can I use the least square fitting to obtain a real solution of a complex equation?

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How do I integrate an unknown function of a variable e.g. $a(t)$?

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How do I integrate $\int^{\infty}_0 \frac{p}{T} \frac{1}{e^{p/T}+1} dp$ by parts? (if it is by parts)

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How do I integrate this $d^3p$ integral?

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How do I apply $\nabla$ on this expression for a plane wave?

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How do I calculate the inverse Fourier transform of the delta function?

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How can a 2D Hadamard delta function be represented as a matrix?

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Defining a function for velocity in terms of external variables?

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How to expand $(\partial_\mu A^\mu)^2$

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Doubt regarding groups formation under matrix multiplication

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How to expand $(D_\mu \phi)^\dagger$

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How do I reach this harmonic equation? [closed]

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When can I change a partial differentiation to a normal differentiation?

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How do I integrate this exponential function with a constant exponent value?

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How do I integrate a partial differential equation with a constant quantity?

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How was this expansion achieved?

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Is $T$ considered a constant after the integration?

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How do I simplify this equation to the form shown in the article?

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If a distribution function gives me values greater than 1 does it mean that my equation is wrong?

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When do I know I need to use Cauchy's Integral or Cauchy's Theorem?