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@Aruna Yumlembam
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Since it is a function with infinity zeroes it must a Weirstrass product but it seems it is discovered yet so I thought that in our free time,apart from real analysis,can least try and find one.Agree or disagree?

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Just knowing what it is is not important. Applying it is more important. I'm asking you whether you understood how the manipulation was done, why it was done and what it led to.

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TopNewestSo as you have agreed on the partners topic,what topic of mathematics should we deal first?

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I'm currently busy with Real Analysis. Mostly JEE related topics.

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Can you explain a bit about it?

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$-$$\int_0^\phi \ln |2\sin\frac{x}{2}|dx$

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$\phi$ is the input of the function.

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Try my question in the calculus section level medium name Fairly Impossible#1,Mr.Adhiraj.

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I got it - the result is $\pi$ - which means $1$.

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How?

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$\frac{\pi}{\pi}$$=1$

Your Beta Function note - I remembered your proof, so all I did wasLog in to reply

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Don't call me Mr. Adhiraj. Only Adhiraj is fine.

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@Adhiraj Dutta coud you post the solution of your own question seq and series(13) and are you a jee aspirant

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I would have posted it if I knew the solution :p

And not really, I'm not really sure what I wanna do in the future.

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Can you look at my comment under your NIMO 2012 A1 problem, @Adhiraj Dutta? It's under Chew-Seong Cheong's solution.

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Delete the report in that question.

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Doing it - give me $2$ minutes.

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Can you look at my comment under your NIMO 2012 A1 problem, @Adhiraj Dutta?

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Do you understand the concept in that problem? When I was of your age, I didn't know what GP or summation was.

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Summation is the sum of the terms in a sequence (a series). GP is geometric progression. @Adhiraj Dutta

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