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answered  Where do Set Theory and Number Theory meet together? 
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Inverting using the Lambert $W$ function
I think he wants to solve for $t$, which this does not do. 
Dec 14 
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Existential statement without witness
I believe Goedel was the first to give such an example. (His construction works for any sufficiently expressive system, in particular for ZFC.) 
Dec 12 
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Integral involving a MeijerG function
Maple does not even do the $G^{1,0}_{1,1}$ case, where the G can be evaluated in closed form first. 
Dec 12 
answered  Book and Papers for properties of uniformly convex and locally uniformly convex and strictly convex Banach spaces. 
Dec 1 
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The resolution of which conjecture/problem would advance Mathematics the most?
Since the whole answer is downvoted, I guess that's that. 
Dec 1 
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Banach space modulo a onedimensional subspace =?
It seems user62448 does not exist! 
Dec 1 
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Did Apollonius invent coordinate geometry?
As Theo notes, questions of history were appropriate here 4 years ago. But nowadays, they may be even more appropriate (and more likely to find knowledgeable answers) at hsm.stackexchange.com . 
Dec 1 
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The resolution of which conjecture/problem would advance Mathematics the most?
@Yemon: the question is "on hold" as "opinion based", and you want me to choose one of the problems? 
Nov 30 
answered  The resolution of which conjecture/problem would advance Mathematics the most? 
Nov 20 
awarded  Revival 
Nov 17 
answered  What is about J. v. Neumann's “Continuous geometry”? 
Nov 16 
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What does analyticity imply in complex analysis?
One complex variable? Or many? 
Nov 15 
answered  Measure on hyperspace of compact subsets 
Nov 8 
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Is this infinite series related to some wellknown special functions?
$0 < q^2 < x < 1$ and $0 < \beta < 1 < \alpha$. 
Nov 7 
answered  An infinite product associated with random matrices 
Nov 5 
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Is this infinite series related to some wellknown special functions?
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Nov 5 
answered  Is this infinite series related to some wellknown special functions? 
Nov 2 
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Most interesting mathematics mistake?
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Most interesting mathematics mistake?
To generate Borel sets, it is enough to use countable decreasing intersections. Will correct. 