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@amWhy Personally : I asked a user to do this once, and it led to such controversy I cannot even talk about it. I had to apologize, then the question went through an open-close cycle, then a meta post was created about it : all in all, a wasted effort, I don't even want to revisit that question! It was referred to here as "that question".

12:32 PM
What a comment ! here "In mathematics, there does not exist a concept of something being undefined."
What else than undefined is $f(x)=\frac{1}{x}$ at $x=0$ ?

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@ParamanandSingh There is one common answer the the four posts you've included here. Please consider me has having flagged that user four times for EoQS. (Unless posts like these from November have met EoQS since then.)

@Peter Open for deletion.
@ParamanandSingh Open for deletion: one more delete vote needed.

2:40 PM
@TeresaLisbon Hi ! Do you happen to know the syntax for the n-th prime in PFGW ?

@Peter Not quite, sorry about that. I don't know where to find out either.

3:32 PM
@amWhy: these days I am looking at these kind of posts which are coming via flags to me. For those which I consider close worthy I post them here.
I hope there is nothing wrong in this process and I have also informed other mods that I am scanning such posts for closure.

@ParamanandSingh I linked to your post so folks here could decide whether to delete them here. You're doing not at all wrong! ;D

I am so relieved to know that. Anyway I like to be more transparent in my actions both for users and other mods
Occasionally I may find other posts worthy of closure (most likely from field-theory tag) but these days not getting time for study

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[ SmokeDetector | MS ] Repeating characters in body (65): problem from application of derivatives‭ by tshrpl‭ on math.SE

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D1, D2, D3.
D4, D5, D6.
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C1, C2, C3.
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I was playing with the Collatz Conjecture today, and found a curious behaviour: Let $S(i)$ be the function that calculates the number of steps needed for $i$ to reach 1: It seems that $\sum\limits_{i=1}^{x} \cos(S(i)) \sim \frac{x}{4\pi}\cos(\frac{762}{73}\ln(x))$ \$x \rightarrow \infty, \,\ x \in...

Hello, @Sil!

11:09 PM
Hi?

@Sil I just noticed you in the chat earlier. I'm sorry if my hello caught you off guard. Or confused you.

Oh okay, no problem.

11:29 PM
@Sil I'm the one that liked your identicon (still likes)...