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15 votes

Did I just discover this integration formula?

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The math behind Warren Buffett's famous rule – never lose money

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Prove that $({a\over a+b})^3+({b\over b+c})^3+ ({c\over c+a})^3\geq {3\over 8}$

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how do i explain sinusoidal functions to a teenager?

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Fibers Under a Covering Map are Discrete Subspaces of the Domain

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Interpretation of the Lie algebra of a Matrix Lie group

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Let $f: \mathbb{R} \rightarrow \mathbb{R}$ be a measurable function, is $f \circ \sin$ measurable?

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Soft Question - Definition of the Real Plane

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should I learn measure theory before learning probability?

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A probability inequality: probability that the normalized sum of i.i.d. random variables is bounded below, is bounded below

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Does weak convergence imply time average convergence?

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If $A \times B$ is Lebesgue measurable in $\mathbb{R}^2$ and $B$ is Lebesgue measurable in $\mathbb{R}$ then $A$ is so?

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Equidistribution of $\{p_n^2 \alpha \}$

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Expected Value for defined Random Variables $X$ and $Y$

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How do you expand a taylor series about a complex number?

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What is actually being asked here? (Measure theoretic probability)

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Upper Bound on Expected Value of $n$ i.i.d. Poisson random variables.

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Distributions of peaks on $S_n$

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Orthogonal transformation of standard normal sample

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Counting equivalence classes

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Continuous function on a compact metric space with no fixed point

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Find a continuous surjection from $\mathbb{R}^2$ to $Y = \{(x, y) : 0 < x \leq 1, y = \sin (1/x)\}$

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Is the limit of a sequence of characteristic functions of probability measures a characteristic function of a measure?

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What is the mathematical interpretation of random variable equation?

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Is this true? $Re\int{f(z)dz}=\int{Re(f(z))dz}$

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Stochastic integral with Poisson random measure

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Best estimate for random values

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infimum of function of two distincts variables

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Is it valid to draw event probability conclusions by comparison of calculations?

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if $f^2(x)$ is uniformly continuous then f is uniformly continuous