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8 votes

Is doing Olympiad problems in Undergrad,worth it?

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Finding the area under the curve from a graph

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Function that halves the angle of a complex point

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Finding the A=LDU factorization for matrices

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Example of a continuous function that don't have a continuous extension

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How can be set -theoretically defined the whole collection of possible circles in a given plane P ? ( not using analytic geometry)

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Proving $\lim_{x\to\infty} e^{\frac{1}{x}} = 1$ using $\epsilon$ (Cauchy definition for limits)

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Are proofs always synonymous with explanations?

4 votes

Why is $\{ x\} \in \mathcal{B}(\mathbb{R}^n)$

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7 digit number combinations where the first 3 digits must be equal to another 3.

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Why does $t = \frac ds$ and not $\frac sd$? (from $ s = \frac dt$)

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"Prove that a topology Ƭ on X is the discrete topology if and only if {x} ∈ Ƭ for all x ∈ X"

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Clarification about the axioms of a subspace

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Positive divisors of prime factorization of n

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Cantor Problem-- Finding the sum at $n=20$

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Interpreting a problem in combinatorial geometry

2 votes

Please help I'm in grade 9 and excellent at maths but I keep asking why does it work

2 votes
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a simple connected planar graph G with 10 vertices and 25 edges have 17 faces

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What does my textbook mean by Hypothesis here?

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Verifying understanding of uniqueness of the Jordan form?

2 votes

$P(x)$ doesn't have a rational root?

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Inverse of $\frac{x}{1-x^2}$

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Are closed subsets of a locally compact space, locally compact?

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De Morgan's Law and $\mathbb{R}$ and $\emptyset$ are clopen

2 votes

Forms of sum $\frac{n(n+1)}{2}$ with natural numbers.

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Take a set $D$, under what condition does there exists $\epsilon$ such that $x + \epsilon y \in D$.

2 votes

How to substantiate that $\mathbb{Z}^3$ is countable

2 votes

Distance of two points in $\mathbb{R}^N$ $\leq$ length of curve

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Describe the region $\{|z^2 - 1|<1\}$ of the complex plane

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Points on a line distant from a given point on the line

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