Marra

Brazil

Brazilian graduate student.

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accepted Intersection of two polynomial ideals
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comment Intersection of two polynomial ideals
So, basically, you showed me a way to proof that my first calculation was correct? I'm also assuming that $k=h_3+g_2$ in your calculations.
Sep
15
comment Intersection of two polynomial ideals
I'll try it and see what I get from it, thanks!
Sep
15
comment How do I compute $\displaystyle\lim _{x\to 0} \tfrac{e^x+\sin x -1}{\ln(1+x)}$?
Exponential and logarithms were defined loosely and in an intuitive approach. The more precise definition of those functions are not even taught to engineering students at all (with terms lime 'exponential at basis $a$' and so on).
Sep
15
comment How do I compute $\displaystyle\lim _{x\to 0} \tfrac{e^x+\sin x -1}{\ln(1+x)}$?
Exponential and logarithms were defined loosely and in an intuitive approach. The more precise definition of those functions are not even taught to engineering students at all (with terms lime 'exponential at basis $a$' and so on).
Sep
15
comment How do I compute $\displaystyle\lim _{x\to 0} \tfrac{e^x+\sin x -1}{\ln(1+x)}$?
Yes, this is the perfect solution. It's a nice use for some notable limits, thanks!
Sep
15
revised How do I compute $\displaystyle\lim _{x\to 0} \tfrac{e^x+\sin x -1}{\ln(1+x)}$?
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Sep
15
comment How do I compute $\displaystyle\lim _{x\to 0} \tfrac{e^x+\sin x -1}{\ln(1+x)}$?
It works. I forgot to mention that I should try to solve it with just limit techniques. Going to edit my question.
Sep
15
comment How do I compute $\displaystyle\lim _{x\to 0} \tfrac{e^x+\sin x -1}{\ln(1+x)}$?
I'd like a comment along with that downvote, thank you.
Sep
15
asked How do I compute $\displaystyle\lim _{x\to 0} \tfrac{e^x+\sin x -1}{\ln(1+x)}$?
Sep
15
asked Intersection of two polynomial ideals
Aug
23
comment Why are germs of functions important?
I've come to realize that it works easier when working with holonomy groups (saving a lot of work by not having to deal with open subsets for a 'chain' of functions...) and also works great with sheaf theory...
Aug
19
awarded Supporter
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awarded Scholar
Aug
19
accepted Is the phrase "There are many hungers it is better to deny than to feed" correct?
Aug
19
awarded Student
Aug
19
asked Is the phrase "There are many hungers it is better to deny than to feed" correct?
Aug
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awarded Nice Answer
Jul
16
accepted On Stein manifolds and constant functions
Jul
16
comment On Stein manifolds and constant functions
Nice! Thank you.
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