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Can you have different integration constants for functions like $1/x^2$, one on each component of its domain?

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How is the shape of the curve $f(x)$, near $x=a$, affected by $f'''(a)$

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How to explain lagrange multipliers to a lay audience?

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Examples of open ended calculus "class project" ideas

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Is a fixed point, which is attracting on a manifold $M$, always globally stable if $M$ is globally attracting?

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Optimization of nonlinear $f(x)$ where $x$ is a vector of binary variables

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1 answer
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Show $f'(b)>0$ for all $b\geq1$

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359 views

When writing a mathematical model for non-mathematical audiences, how do you begin a sentence defining a variables and parameters? [closed]

3 votes
3 answers
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Derivative of the $\sin(x)$ when $x$ is measured in degrees

2 votes
1 answer
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Math in TV: What episode of law & order is "the eigenvalue is off" from?

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What is $\mathbb{E}\left[\frac{x}{1+bx}\right]$ where $x$ is lognormal

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Closed form distribution of a special function of random variables

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2 answers
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When is the dominant eigenvalue of this matrix greater than one?

1 vote
1 answer
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Agreed upon domain of inverse trig functions

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1 answer
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Analytic formula for parameterizing the below family of curves

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Roots of polynomials of the form $x^n+bx^{n-1}+c$

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465 views

Is it incorrect to use the phrase "X percent probability?"

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Is $ n \sum \rho_i^2 \geq (\sum \rho_i)^2$?

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Is there a known distribution for $\sum x / \sum x^2$ for a positive r.v. $x_i$ with $E[x_i]=1$

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Showing a solution (that cannot be expressed analytically) is directly proportional to a parameter