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What is $\lim_{n\to \infty} \frac{1}{n^4}\sum_{k=1}^nk^2\int_{k}^{k+1} x\ln[(x-k)(k+1-x)]dx$?

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How to approach the following problem

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A question involving the use of complex numbers.

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In the following question find the ratio of $a:b:c$

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Where I am going wrong in the following evaluation of the following limit?

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1 answer
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Show that the following sequence converges.

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How to obtain a relation between the following functions to obtain the desired integral

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How to solve the following question from complex number.

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My approach to question is not working? A problem from permutation and combinations.

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1 answer
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Are functions called 'periodic' only if they repeat on $x\in \mathbb{R}$ .

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The following question is based on coordinate geometry and triangles.

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1 answer
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How to solve the question using co-ordinate geometry?

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For the following question show that locus is a circle.

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There should be possibly infinite ordered triplets for the following question. [duplicate]

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Where did I go wrong in the following integral

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1 answer
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Limit of the following sequence...

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Show that the Rieman integral of $f$ is ...

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How to prove the convergence of upper and lower Riemann sums?

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Prove that the following lines so described are perpendicular.

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The diagonals of cyclic $ABCD$ meet at $P$, and $W$, $X$, $Y$, $Z$ are feet of perpendiculars from $P$ to the sides. Show $WX+YZ=XY+WZ$. [closed]