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nunesgrf
@nunesgrf
Hi
Can you guys help me with a proof?
Nabeegh Ahmed
@Nabeegh-Ahmed
@nunesgrf yes??
Favour Otiger
@ScientificX
Hey guys
zugzwang-alt
@zugzwang-alt
hello, do you guys have links or popular resources for engineering math?
hopefully open, and free :)
Shinkenjoe
@Shinkenjoe
good day party people
Shinkenjoe
@Shinkenjoe
I'm proofing my way through tao mostly sloppily and im considerung posting my so-called proofs here
id this hinders chat from pulsating tell me and ill stop,, wont be much anyways
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Shinkenjoe
@Shinkenjoe
(e) Let X and Y be finite sets. Then Cartesian product X ×Y is finite and #(X × Y) = #(X) × #(Y).
i'll try with induction over #Y
For #Y = 0 the cartesian product is the empty set and the proposition is trivially true.
So We know #(X1×Y1) = #X1 ⋅ #Y1
We try to prove #(X2×Y2) = #X2 ⋅ #Y2 for #Y2 = #Y1++
Let's choose an arbitrary element a2 from Y2 then #(Y2 \ {a2}) = #Y1
X2×Y2 = X2×(Y2{a2}) ∪ X2×{a2}
as both sets are disjoint #(X2×Y2) = #(X2×(Y2{a2})) + #(X2 × {a2})
and #(X2×(Y2{a2})) = #(X1×Y1{a2})
j: X2 → X2 ×{a2} = j(x) = (x, a2) for x in X2 is a bijection
so #(X2×{a2}) = #X2
and #(X2×Y2) = #(X2×(Y2{a2})) + #(X2×{a2}) = #(X1×Y1) + #X1 =
= #X1⋅#Y1 + #X1 = #X1⋅#Y1++ = #X2⋅#Y2
Shinkenjoe
@Shinkenjoe
hmm
i think illl rater spam my stuff in some forum
equilibriumwell
@equilibriumwell
Im in calc 2 anyone think they can give me a hand?
Victor Porton
@vporton
I discovered algebraic general topology and a generalization of limit for arbitrary functions: https://mathematics21.org - congratulate me
Victor Porton
@vporton
will submit to PlanetMath
vastcosmos
@vastcosmos
is the sum of two normally distributed random variable X and Y alwways norma
is the sum of two normal variable always normal??
Rana Zubair
@zubair444
hello
can someone please explain to me what is inverse CDF function. It will be really appreciated, i could not get any clear understanding of it.

Hello! It's my first time here. Please be kind!
First off, thank you for a monumental effort. It's almost like Bourbaki reincarnated for the masses!

Is there a Makefile on the planetmath repo to create the true local copy of planetmath with cross-linking sections, indexed items etc.?

ashwaniraoparmar
@ashwaniraoparmar
any metrizable space is second countable
Tejas Shetty
@TejasAvinashShetty

I discovered algebraic general topology and a generalization of limit for arbitrary functions: https://mathematics21.org - congratulate me

congratulations

Hello, could you please explain me channelized Hotelling observer?
hetware
@hetware
How do I report an error? I believe there is an error in the entry https://planetmath.org/complementarysubspace I originally I have my argument typed up in MathJax, but don't know how to submit it.
xuhuimi
@xuhuimi
the evolution from monitoring to observability
hi, is there any materials about the evolution between monitoring and observability?
Szymon
@Kinzoku99
Hi can u help me to understand one thing about log-convex functions?
onefl0w
@onefl0w
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@johndanver
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JordanNicholas
@JordanNicholas

hi, just wanted to ask: is there a logical-ordered listing of the subjects in planetmath? The ordering modes that I've found in the site was order by subject index or alphabetically.

i'm looking for a list that enumerates all the prerequisite concepts before introducing a new one like:
01-mappings
02, 03-surjective map & injective map
04-bijective map
05-set of natural numbers
06-countable set
and it works&

Sachin Barthwal
@sachinba:matrix.org
[m]
Hello
What is the triple derivative of a function
What it represents
In terms of radius of curvature
DinkyPerson
@DinkyPerson
hello
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@quanghieucorp
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@quanghieucorp
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Wkbj79
@wkbj79:matrix.org
[m]
Hello there. I have had a very long hiatus from PlanetMath. This is mainly because I left college and was too busy with my job too keep up with PlanetMath anymore. Due to circumstances that I would prefer not to get into, I now have much more time, and I decided to check out PlametMath. To my consternation, I saw that there were many unfavorable changes. To the best of my knowledge, these include:
Wkbj79
@wkbj79:matrix.org
[m]

:point_up: Edit: Hello there. I have had a very long hiatus from PlanetMath. This is mainly because I left college and was too busy with my job too keep up with PlanetMath anymore. Due to circumstances that I would prefer not to get into, I now have much more time, and I decided to check out PlametMath. To my consternation, I saw that there were many unfavorable changes. These include:

1. The list of entries is difficult to read.
2. The method of forcing links has either changed or been eliminated. Many of my forced link commands come up as unlinked URL's in my entries.
3. I do not know how to edit my entries, or if that is even possible enymore.
4. I do not know how to access the LaTeX code that someone used to create an entry.

Out of all of these, number 4 is my biggest concern, as there are some LaTeX techniques, primarily for compass and straightedge constructions as well as entries dealing with the Beltrami-Klein model of hyperbolic geometry, that I have forgotten. If anyone could tell me how I can access that LaTeX code, I would greatly appreciate it.

Assuming that issues 2 and 3 get fixed, I would love to go through my entries and make them look more visually appealing. I do not plan on adding any new content, though, as long as issue 1 is present. I realize that the appearance of the PlanetMath site cannot cater to me; however, I simply cannot bring myself to add more clutter to a format that is already clunky and visually unappealing.

Any input that anyone has, especially someone who has been active with PlanetMath and has witnessed the many changes that have occurred.

Wkbj79
@wkbj79:matrix.org
[m]

:point_up: Edit: Hello there. I have had a very long hiatus from PlanetMath. This is mainly because I left college and was too busy with my job too keep up with PlanetMath anymore. Due to circumstances that I would prefer not to get into, I now have much more time, and I decided to check out PlametMath. To my consternation, I saw that there were many unfavorable changes. These include:

1. The list of entries is extraordinarily difficult to read.
2. I do not know how to access a list of entries consisting solely of entries in which I have/had editing powers.
3. The method of forcing links has either changed or been eliminated. Many of my forced link commands come up as unlinked URL's in my entries.
4. I do not know how to edit my entries, or if that is even possible anymore.
5. I do not know how to access the LaTeX code that someone used to create an entry.

Out of all of these, number 5 is my biggest concern, as there are some LaTeX techniques, primarily for compass and straightedge constructions as well as entries dealing with the Beltrami-Klein model of hyperbolic geometry, that I have forgotten. If anyone could tell me how I can access that LaTeX code, I would greatly appreciate it.

Assuming that issues 3 and 4 get fixed, I would love to go through my entries and make them look more visually appealing. This process would be even smoother for me if issue 2 were resolved. I do not plan on adding any new content, though, as long as issue 1 is present. I realize that the appearance of the PlanetMath site cannot cater to me; however, I simply cannot bring myself to add more content to a format that is already clunky, cluttered, and visually unappealing.

I would appreciate any input that anyone has, especially from someone who has been active with PlanetMath and has witnessed the many changes that have occurred. Again, I would especially appreciate it if someone knew how to view the LaTeX code used to create an entry and would share that information with me. I look forward to hearing from you.

:point_up: Edit: Hello there. I have had a very long hiatus from PlanetMath. This is mainly because I left college and was too busy with my job too keep up with PlanetMath anymore. Due to circumstances that I would prefer not to get into, I now have much more time, and I decided to check out PlanetMath. To my consternation, I saw that there were many unfavorable changes. These include:

1. The list of entries is extraordinarily difficult to read.
2. I do not know how to access a list of entries consisting solely of entries in which I have/had editing powers.
3. The method of forcing links has either changed or been eliminated. Many of my forced link commands come up as unlinked URL's in my entries.
4. I do not know how to edit my entries, or if that is even possible anymore.
5. I do not know how to access the LaTeX code that someone used to create an entry.

Out of all of these, number 5 is my biggest concern, as there are some LaTeX techniques, primarily for compass and straightedge constructions as well as entries dealing with the Beltrami-Klein model of hyperbolic geometry, that I have forgotten. If anyone could tell me how I can access that LaTeX code, I would greatly appreciate it.

Assuming that issues 3 and 4 get fixed, I would love to go through my entries and make them look more visually appealing. This process would be even smoother for me if issue 2 were resolved. I do not plan on adding any new content, though, as long as issue 1 is present. I realize that the appearance of the PlanetMath site cannot cater to me; however, I simply cannot bring myself to add more content to a format that is already clunky, cluttered, and visually unappealing.

I would appreciate any input that anyone has, especially from someone who has been active with PlanetMath and has witnessed the many changes that have occurred. Again, I would especially appreciate it if someone knew how to view the LaTeX code used to create an entry and would share that information with me. I look forward to hearing from you.

quanghieucorp
@quanghieucorp
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