ParthKohli
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Question
 updated 6 months ago
 8 replies
 2 Medals
Mathematics

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http://prntscr.com/3wqzum
 updated 7 months ago
 4 replies
 1 Medal
Mathematics

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@Abhisar Congratulations for such a fast 99!
Also for breaking my record. ;;
 updated 24 days ago
 57 replies
 21 Medals
Mathematics

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Happy birthday, @mathslover!
You've done so much for us. It's time we did something for you.
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 updated 7 months ago
 8 replies
 9 Medals
Mathematics

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Just a little challenge problem.
If \(a_1, a_2, a_3 \cdots a_n\) are in arithmetic progression, show that\[\dfrac{1}{\sqrt{a_1} + \sqrt{a_2…
 updated 7 months ago
 17 replies
 7 Medals
Mathematics

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Is it possible to find the equivalent resistance here? Just a question that I made up.
 updated 7 months ago
 19 replies
 1 Medal
Mathematics

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[Trophies and SmartCents Discussion Thread]
 updated 7 months ago
 131 replies
 25 Medals
Mathematics

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Question.
 updated 7 months ago
 30 replies
 3 Medals
Mathematics

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Just found this question. It makes me feel like crap.
 updated 8 months ago
 77 replies
 4 Medals
Mathematics

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An electric tea kettle has two heating coils. When one of the coils is switched on, the kettle begins to boil in 6 minutes. When the other…
 updated 8 months ago
 5 replies
 1 Medal
Mathematics

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Magnetic fields due to different kinds of wires...
 updated 8 months ago
 33 replies
 3 Medals
Mathematics

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OS was featured in a paper
https://docs.google.com/a/stanford.edu/viewer?a=v&pid=sites&srcid=ZGVmYXVsdGRvbWFpbnxvbmxpbmVlZHVjYXRpb253b3Jrc2…
 updated 7 months ago
 23 replies
 11 Medals
Mathematics

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\[x^2 + x + 1 = \sin(x)\]
 updated 8 months ago
 9 replies
 6 Medals
Mathematics

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Challenge problem for y'all.
 updated 8 months ago
 36 replies
 5 Medals
Mathematics

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If \(a^{1/2} + b^{1/2}  c^{1/2}=0\), then the value of \((a + b c)^2\) is?
 updated 8 months ago
 20 replies
 3 Medals
Mathematics

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Yet another question.
 updated 8 months ago
 20 replies
 4 Medals
Mathematics

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Equivalent circuits?
 updated 8 months ago
 74 replies
 3 Medals
Mathematics

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A 100W bulb and a 25W bulb are designed for the same voltage. They have filaments of the same length and material. The ratio of the diamet…
 updated 8 months ago
 12 replies
 No Medals Yet
Mathematics

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@ganeshie8
 updated 8 months ago
 89 replies
 4 Medals
Mathematics

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Nice little problem.
Show that \(\dfrac{(ax  b)(dx c)}{(bx  a)(cx  d)}\) will be capable of all real values if \(a^2  b^2\) and \(c^2 …
 updated 8 months ago
 23 replies
 5 Medals
Mathematics

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@iambatman
TEACH ME ADVANCED DC CIRCUITS. PLS.
 updated 8 months ago
 71 replies
 2 Medals
Mathematics

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Just an idea.
 updated 9 months ago
 20 replies
 1 Medal
Mathematics

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Q.
 updated 9 months ago
 38 replies
 2 Medals
Mathematics

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@UnkleRhaukus
 updated 9 months ago
 20 replies
 3 Medals
Mathematics

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Ratio and proportion.
 updated 9 months ago
 13 replies
 1 Medal
Mathematics

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@gudden
 updated 9 months ago
 17 replies
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Is this problem "Lagrangable"?
What is the minimum value of \(x^2 + y^2 + z^2\) given\[\dfrac{x^2}{4} + \dfrac{y^2}{5} + \dfrac{z^2}{25}=…
 updated 9 months ago
 220 replies
 5 Medals
Mathematics

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Challenge #2!
Let \(a,b,c \rm ~ be ~ distinct~ numbers ~\in R\).…
 updated 9 months ago
 45 replies
 6 Medals
Mathematics

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Challenge!
If \(a, b, c \in \mathbb{R}\) and \(c(a+b+c)<0\), then the quadratic equation \(ax^2 + bx + c = 0\) definitely has:
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 updated 9 months ago
 15 replies
 4 Medals
Mathematics

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Neither is it possible to do extracurricular stuff in India, nor is it viable to do anything other than your academics when you're studying …
 updated 7 months ago
 5 replies
 6 Medals
Mathematics
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