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Jan16-12 Greg Bernhardt
Please post any and all homework or other textbook-style problems in one of the Homework & Coursework Questions...
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micromass
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Please anyone out there, I need your assistance. I am trying to follow the Lebesgue differentiation theorem in Riesz &...
Mar21-06 05:25 PM
Castilla
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Let,s suppose we have the integral: \int_{-\infty}^{\infty}dxF(x) but unfortunately we have a problem..the...
Mar21-06 11:36 AM
eljose
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I was wondering if one of the approaches to proving the RH involves limits of mobius transformations of the zeta...
Mar21-06 10:17 AM
shmoe
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Hello it has been more than three months since i don,t post now here are my questions...:rolleyes: :rolleyes:...
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eljose
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i need to mark statements below true or false and justify. a) every nonempty finite set is compact. since a finite...
Mar20-06 09:53 PM
leon1127
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In vector analysis, it is possible to express the \nabla operator in terms of a frame\{\mathbf{e}_1, \mathbf{e}_2,...
Mar20-06 02:01 PM
kryptyk
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For some reason I just have a problem with these types of integrals..if someone could show me how to do one it would...
Mar20-06 07:10 AM
VietDao29
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Is asymptote the visualization of limit?
Mar20-06 06:28 AM
HallsofIvy
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Say for example, to differentiate x/(x²+1) I would use to quotient rule. However, would it be legal to bring up the...
Mar19-06 11:06 PM
leon1127
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what is the proper method for finding the average of an integral? For example, the question I'm trying to answer is...
Mar19-06 10:48 PM
Flatland
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Can someone break down these theorems for me please because my book is horrible at explaining them. The examples the...
Mar19-06 10:31 PM
mathwonk
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I have a nonhomogeneous DE and wants to find the particular solution for Asin(x)sin(t) Is there any tips in using...
Mar19-06 07:42 PM
overseastar
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I'm trying to understand something. Derrivatives are basically the same as differentials. The both apply to the...
Mar19-06 06:36 PM
Hurkyl
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Let,s suppose we have a functional J and we want to obtain its extremum to obtain certain Physical or Math properties:...
Mar19-06 03:57 PM
eljose
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Let,s suppose we have the next integral: \int_{c-i\infty}^{c+i\infty}dsF(s)e^{sx} with c a real number..of...
Mar19-06 08:41 AM
shmoe
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I was wondering if it would be possible to find the average value of a function with the only condition that x is...
Mar18-06 01:24 PM
hypermonkey2
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I'm glad to see that the physics forum website is back online. Suppose you have a function with double poles...
Mar18-06 10:52 AM
Edwin
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Newton's second law is insufficient to describe the motion of a particle. In addition, it requires a value for F,...
Mar16-06 08:16 PM
WARGREYMONKKTL
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I have a force and need to find the potential, but I'm stuch at a point. Any ideas how to integrate this: ...
Mar15-06 05:34 PM
samalkhaiat
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Good Morning. I am reading the first pages of the "Lessons of Functional Analysis" of Riesz and Nagy, because I...
Mar14-06 08:06 AM
Castilla
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Hey folks, I'm currently studying sequences and the like in Calc 2, and I went to Wikipedia for another...
Mar13-06 11:52 PM
Weather Freak
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Today, I had the desire to construct a C^{\infty} approximation to a tent function. Specifically, for any positive...
Mar13-06 11:39 PM
Hurkyl
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HI I AM A STDENT WHO REALLY EXCITED OF PHYSICS. ESPECIALLY A BOUT THE MATHS THAT APPLIED IN PHYSICS. SOMEBODY SAYS...
Mar13-06 07:51 AM
WARGREYMONKKTL
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let me start by saying that I'll be asking a lot of questions here soon as I'm preparing for a Calc BC AP test and I'm...
Mar13-06 06:59 AM
VietDao29
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Is the integral (in the interval x=0, x=1) of 1/ (x^x) dx = 1+(1/(2^2)) + (1/ 3^3))+(1/(4^4) ).... ? If it is, how...
Mar11-06 07:08 PM
DeadWolfe
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Does someone has read Royden's Real Analysis? If so, please tell me if he teachs Lebesgue integration by way of...
Mar10-06 08:31 AM
Castilla
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Given \zeta (s) = \sum_{k=1}^{\infty} k^{-s} which converges in the half-plane \Re (s) >1, the usual analytic...
Mar10-06 03:35 AM
benorin
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I'm working on understanding the following relation which was referenced in the Number Theory Forum some time ago: ...
Mar8-06 08:54 PM
saltydog
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hi: I am faced with an integration problem and cant seem to get even Maple/Mathematica to solve it. Would really...
Mar8-06 05:16 PM
topsquark
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\int \frac{dx}{\sqrt{1/x + C}} where C is a constant. Any ideas?
Mar8-06 12:55 PM
misskitty
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Hi, I am new here, but apparently there are some decent mathematicians around, so I would like to confront you with a...
Mar7-06 12:52 PM
Hendrik
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I'm trying to understand how to interpret multidemensional limits. For example, suppose you have the following: ...
Mar6-06 06:56 AM
HallsofIvy
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Okay, these might be better off in two separate threads but...they are somewhat related I suppse. Anyway, I would...
Mar5-06 01:25 AM
Tide
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Describe the image under exp of the line with equation y = x. To do this you should find an equation (at least...
Mar2-06 07:40 AM
shmoe
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Say, E is dependent to x,y,z. I'm expecting it's derivative at x_0,y_0,z_0 to be dE = \lim_{\substack{\Delta...
Mar1-06 03:30 PM
jackiefrost
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Just came across a question today with 2^x and realised i didnt know how to differentiate it. The entire function i...
Mar1-06 10:05 AM
VietDao29
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Let A and B be compact connected subsets of the plane, homeomorphic to one another. Are their complements...
Feb27-06 05:44 PM
AKG
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After stating the Weierstrass M-test for series of complex functions and the "f_n continuous and uniformly convergeant...
Feb27-06 01:13 PM
quasar987
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I am writing my senior thesis (I am an undergrad math major at UCSB) on Dirichlet Series, which are, in the classical...
Feb27-06 10:12 AM
shmoe
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Consider p_n(z) and q_d(z) two polynomials over \mathbb{C}, which can be factorized like so: p_n(z) = a_n...
Feb27-06 07:08 AM
shmoe
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