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Topic: The domain of h
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MARK BRIDGER AT NORTHEASTERN UNIVERSITY

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The domain of h
Posted: Oct 31, 1995 10:31 PM
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The function h whose "provenance" has been a source of discussion
is not defined on all reals, but only on those for whom the
question of rationality can be determined. For example, what is
h(e + pi)?

(As historians it seems we should be at least neutral on
questions such as these...)




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