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Sepideh Abadpour
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Calculate $\int^{1/2}_0\int^{1-x}_x (x+y)^9(x-y)^9 \, dy \, dx$

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Solve for $a$ and $b$ in a limit

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Why can we modify expressions to use limits?

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How to integrate ${x^3}/(x^2+1)^{3/2}$?

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Finding a triangle ABC if $2\prod (\cos \angle A+1)=\sum \cos(\angle A-\angle B)+\sum \cos \angle A+2$

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Sine/cosine series

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$f(x)$ is a periodic function. What is its period?

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Reference help about fuzzy logic and fuzzy set

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Find the value of $dy/dx$ at $x=8$

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Minimum value of an an expression

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Using the Gram -schmidt procedure to find the orthonormal set (Linear Algebra)

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Prove the laws of exponents by induction

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Find a second solution of the given differential equation.

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Complex number identity by trigonometry

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Why aren't these two properties of complex powers the same?

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Evaluating the closed integral of an elliptical path

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Volume of Solid Enclosed by an Equation

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Finding Rank And Eignvalues Of Vectors Multiplication

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Fit polynomial function using experimental data (least squares)

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Linear Algebra: Question about determinants

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compute temporal average of $\sin(\omega_0t+\Phi)\sin(\omega_0t+\omega_0\tau+\Phi)$

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Is the function $\ln(ax + b)$ increasing/decreasing, concave/convex?

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Need to prove the sequence $a_n=1+\frac{1}{2^2}+\frac{1}{3^2}+\cdots+\frac{1}{n^2}$ converges

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How can I show that and $n\times{n}$ matrix of the form in the description has a determinant of zero for $n>2$?

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Complex number identity by trigonometry

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Plot given points\lines\arcs in 3D

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Evaluating the indefinite integral $\int\sqrt{16-9x^2}\,dx$

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Dealing with indeterminate forms of the $1^\infty $ kind

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Use the Laplace transform to solve the initial value problem.

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Solution of limit $\lim\limits_{x\to 0} \frac {e^{-1/x^2}}{x} $