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Is this parametric inequality true?
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Jan 22 
answered  Is this parametric inequality true? 
Jan 20 
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When was the “arrow notation” for functions first introduced?
Same references were also mentioned here mathoverflow.net/questions/59456/whencecommutativediagrams/… 
Jan 14 
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Jan 14 
answered  Generating functions, Tutte polynomials, and the bivariate series $\sum_n x^n y^{n^2} / n!$. 
Jan 14 
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Are binomial coefficients $F_1$ analogs of $q$binomial coefficients?
@LSpice, I just meant a uniform proof for finite fields, that works when you "translate" it to $\mathbb F_1$. 
Jan 13 
answered  Are binomial coefficients $F_1$ analogs of $q$binomial coefficients? 
Jan 13 
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This inequality why can't solve it by now (Only four variables inequality)?
Do you know if there are any nontrivial equality cases? 
Jan 11 
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Binomial coefficient identity
@GHfromMO, It is actually correct as it is. If you notice the $\binom{n+m}{n}$, became $\binom{n+m}{n+1}$, and that's where the ${n+1}$ in the numerator came from. 
Jan 11 
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Binomial coefficient identity
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Jan 11 
comment 
Binomial coefficient identity
@KConrad, yes, the whole point of the proof is that we are reducing to the case $m=0$. I guess I can edit this to clarify. 
Jan 11 
comment 
Binomial coefficient identity
True, but I'm also only using it whenever $m\geq 1$. :) 
Jan 11 
answered  Binomial coefficient identity 
Jan 10 
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Jan 9 
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Jan 9 
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Jan 8 
answered  Diophantine equation with factorials 
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asked  What invariants distinguish these threefolds? 
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