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Nov 14 |
reviewed | Approve suggested edit on Breaking down the co power of a topological space |
Nov 13 |
reviewed | Reviewed every arithmetic progression contains a sequence of $k$ “consecutive” primes for possibly all natural numbers $k$? |
Nov 13 |
reviewed | Close Oldest photographed mathematician |
Nov 13 |
reviewed | Close Closed form of the sum involving product of 4 binomial coefficients |
Nov 10 |
reviewed | Close How to solve definite integral involving exponential function |
Nov 10 |
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How to solve definite integral involving exponential function
The question shows no research effort. |
Nov 10 |
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How to solve definite integral involving exponential function
You mention that you want to perform some analysis on f. Most of the time, this can be done without getting a "closed form". So, your real question is about properties of this function, not about the closed form. |
Nov 10 |
reviewed | Close Looking for the name of an infinite sequence |
Nov 10 |
reviewed | Close Exploiting the Linearity of the Pullback |
Nov 5 |
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Probability of each edge in K-clique
My point is not so much that assisting a cheating student is unethical, but that the questions that are not on the level appropriate for MathOverflow (as defined in Help Center) should not be encouraged by being answered. |
Nov 5 |
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Probability of each edge in K-clique
I vote down as MO should not be a place where a solutions to standard exercises are given. |
Nov 5 |
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Probability of each edge in K-clique
This is not a research-level question, being a standard exercise. I vote to close as being off-topic for MO. |
Oct 31 |
reviewed | Close Construct the best piece-wise linear continuous function fitting given curve |
Oct 31 |
reviewed | Close Difference between ZFC and ZF+GCH |
Oct 31 |
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Sylow-subgroups of the group of units of a finite field
Sometimes (p-1)/2 is a prime, sometimes it is not. Conjecturally, the former happens infinitely often. There is no universal answer. Probably you should explain what you are looking for, and why, so that we can help. Are you interested in a worst case? Then define "worst". Are you interested in average-case behavior, then what are you averaging over, p or n, etc. |
Oct 31 |
reviewed | Reviewed Estimating a sum |
Oct 24 |
reviewed | Close Is there any algorithm to decide whether a series with integral coefficiens is a algebraic function? |
Oct 24 |
reviewed | Reviewed How to solve $e^{f(x)} + a f(x) + bx = 0$ |
Oct 24 |
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How to solve $e^{f(x)} + a f(x) + bx = 0$
Probably you should explain why the usual methods (such as Newton's iteration, etc) for numerical solution of equations are inadequate for your purposes. Otherwise, I think this question is more suitable for math.stackexchange.com (see Help Center for more information). |
Oct 22 |
reviewed | Close Number of graphs with n vertices and k edges up to isomorphy |