1:45 AM
@vitamind: it is rather strange to see so many upvotes to an Integral PSQ. It appears integrals are a major source of adrenaline here. - 1 and voted to close.
Perhaps we need a book or some thread on meta titled "how to resist irresistible integrals".

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@ParamanandSingh In light of this, I recall the integral I solved recently. BUt I remember that far more was provided there : no attempt, but a background was provided, a source was provided, and feedback to a simple situation I gave in the comments was provided. Some template like that should be followed so that such questions can be kept on topic.
Here is another PSQ from the sane user. All the user's questions have been integrals. This one needs deletion
The OP of these questions has rarely if ever shown any interest in any of the answers. No comments are present other than "I will see" to somebody who asked them to edit the question. While we can tolerate the occasional slip-up, this user could possibly get used to the fact that their questions are being answered without context being provided. I wonder if the user knows about the Zeta function at all, now!
This could be one to watch out for.

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7:29 AM
@vitamind Good joke! One more vote to close!

@TeresaLisbon: the integral question got another upvote (compared to what I saw in morning). Adrenaline still working for some.

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9:45 AM
Is there any mathematical value in this question about a^3+b^3=c^3? It looks like juggling with equations and drawing unjustified conclusions. The connect to radio frequencies is completely unclear to me.

@MartinR: gave a close vote.

10:22 AM
@MartinR It's the same recent crank... see the other post he made.

10:37 AM
Reminds me of "When the trisector comes", but too bad we cannot produce a computer printout giving the errors unlike for trisections (last page).

@MartinR I will investigate the radio frequencies thing, I have seen some connections between radio transmission and algebraic number theory. The basic idea is that optimal transmissions rates and delays for wireless networks are roots of algebraic equations.
A landmark paper in 1994 demonstrated optimal transmission for infinitely many wireless networks in tandem with the choice of an appropriate transcendental constant, whose transcendence was shown using the Lindemann-Weierstrass theorem. Fascinating stuff.

[ SmokeDetector | MS ] Few unique characters in body, repeating characters in body, blacklisted user (233): n3=7.5 n2=5 n square=6.25 by YEW CHENG YIN Moe on math.SE

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@SmokeDetector Few unique characters? It was nnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnn and it's gone now : or NOT, one delete vote left. nnnnn

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12:33 PM
close this. it needs more focus

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[ SmokeDetector | MS ] Few unique characters in answer, no whitespace in answer, potentially bad keyword in answer (185): Prove $\log_7 n$ is either an integer or irrational by user917035 on math.SE

4:47 PM
Hello, I think the question about Cauchy equation here is similar to the questions, but is about $f(2021) = 2021$ instead of $f(\sqrt{2019}) = \sqrt{2019}$
Since it is asked 1 year ago, maybe all others are dupes?

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DA, DB, DC, DD, DE, DF, DG, DH

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DI, DJ, DK, DL

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