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9/26/16
14 Read How does one know when a complex number 'c' is in the Mandelbrot set
M ?
David Bernier sci.math
9/26/16
1 Read Re: "one-to-one correspondence"(bijection) and the size of two
infinite sets
Lee Philip sci.math
9/26/16
13 Read "one-to-one correspondence"(bijection) and the size of two infinite sets Lee Philip sci.math
9/26/16
1 Read Re: What MIT and HARVARD morons had to say about my New Calculus. Python sci.math
9/26/16
1 Read Re: Students: Beware, this is Cantor season in your college courses. Staff Member sci.math
9/26/16
2 Read Entropy Is Not a State Function (Thermodynamics Is Not Even Wrong) Pentcho Valev sci.math
9/26/16
2 Read Re: A change of perspective never hurt anyone. Peter Percival sci.math
9/26/16
11 Read Have solved algorithmic problem about number of arithmetical
operations. Can anyone check?
Paul sci.math
9/26/16
1 Read Re: "one-to-one correspondence"(bijection) and the size of two
infinite sets
Jan Burse sci.math
9/26/16
3 Read How accurate the volume of a sphere of radius (r^n), where (n)
represents the number of known digits of (PI), and (r) is any constructible number?
bassam king karzeddin sci.math
9/26/16
155 Read Diophantine equation : x^{2n} + y^{2m} = z^2 bassam king karzeddin sci.math
9/26/16
1 Read Proof of zeta(s) = 1. Is there an error in this direct proof? robersi sci.math
9/26/16
13 Read Re: you do not need a "proof" when plotting points, that sine is a
semicircle wave not sinusoidal; Precalculus TALK
plutonium.archimedes@gmail.com sci.math
9/25/16
3 Read A change of perspective never hurt anyone. robersi sci.math
9/25/16
3 Read Top 5 Calculus Help Sites -- Certified Crank Free Dan Christensen sci.math
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