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Abhimanyu Pallavi Sudhir
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71 votes

Collection of surprising identities and equations.

17 votes

Are there other kinds of bump functions than $e^\frac1{x^2-1}$?

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Intuition behind speciality of symmetric matrices

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Do eigenvalues depend on the choice of basis?

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Why does $\oint\mathbf{E}\cdot{d}\boldsymbol\ell=0$ imply $\nabla\times\mathbf{E}=\mathbf{0}$?

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Why is $1$ not a prime number?

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How important is first-order logic to Gödel's incompleteness theorem?

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Why can't $\int_{-1}^1{\frac{dx}{x}}$ be evaluated?

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What, precisely, does it mean to represent an ordinal on a computer?

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Intuition for the exponential of a matrix

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What kind of matrices are non-diagonalizable?

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Geometrical Interpretation of Cauchy Riemann equations?

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What makes the Cauchy principal value the "correct" value for a integral?

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Sheldon Cooper Primes

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Why does $A^TA=I, \det A=1$ mean $A$ is a rotation matrix?

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the vector space of Magic Squares

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Computing the Lie bracket on the Lie group $GL(n, \mathbb{R})$

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Axiomatic Treatment Of Sum Operators Which Work On Divergent Series

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How do I think of a measurable function?

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What's the generalisation of the quotient rule for higher derivatives?

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Intuitive explanation of a positive semidefinite matrix

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Reasoning about Lie theory and the Exponential Map

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$xe^{\lambda x}$ is a solution to a simple second order differential equation only if the auxiliary equation has a repeated root, why?

1 vote

Motivation behind standard deviation?

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Proving that $\iint_S (\nabla \times F) \cdot \hat{n} dS =0$

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How to "fix" $\int_{-1}^1 \frac {dx}{x^2}$ with complex numbers?

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Strange factor multiplying the fermionic part in the NS mass-squared operator?

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Intuition behind Chebyshev's inequality

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units in math, cross product

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The relationship between the complex exponential and trig functions?