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Stochastic calculus book recommendation

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How to derive the divergence theorem from the General Stokes theorem?

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Eigenvectors and eigenvalues of Hessian matrix

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How to obtain the equation of the projection/shadow of an ellipsoid into 2D plane?

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The boundary of a set is subset of the boundary of the closure of the set.

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Area bounded by sine waves

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Showing that a set is meager

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Have I found a counterexample in this question?

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Why doesn't $26\times 24 = 25\times 25?$ (I remove and $+1$ from both numbers)

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How to interpret root-mean-square

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Convexity of the graph of an implicit function

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What is a circle classified as?

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Bound for difference of quadratic form

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open sets and Borel sets on the extended real line

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Integration of one-form

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Is a certain restriction of an open map open?

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Show the $\mathbf{Int(A)}$ = $(\overline{A^{c}})^{c}$

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For two random variables $X_1 + X_2$ and $\min(X_1,X_2)$ find the joint-distribution and the covariance

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Fubini's theorem for multiple Riemann integrals

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Understanding $a_i$'s in simple functions in measure theory

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Proving that a ratio between two functions is decreasing

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Finding limit of a continuous function

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Heat flow surface integral problem

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Let $A(\theta)$ be a given function , where $\theta \in (0, 2\pi)$. Mark the correct statement below

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Partial Derivative / Multivariable Chain Rule Notation

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Find the largest side of the quadrilateral?

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Finding Subsets of $A$ that involves $a$ and $b$, not involves $f$

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probability of a dart hitting a radius $\leq 2$ from the center given the joint distribution of $(x,y)$ .

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Spivak Chapter 14 Problem 9

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Does a continuous function $f: [0,1] \cup [2,3] \to [5,6]$ exist?

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