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|Title:||Research and intuition||Authors:||Zhao, Liangyi.||Keywords:||DRNTU::Science::Mathematics||Issue Date:||2004||Source:||Zhao, L. (2004). Research and Intuition. Mathematica Militaris.||Series/Report no.:||Mathematica militaris||Abstract:||One cannot help but feel good for being a mathematician after reading the above quote. After all,if a man such as Lord Kelvin, a well-known English man who was primarily a physicist, spoke well of mathematicians and more in particular a French mathematician, then we indeed all have great cause to rejoice at our own profession. Deriving(1) takes nothing more than a little knowledge in multi-variable calculus and some adhoc proofs require evenless, although at ruly rigorous proof needs some convergence arguments in the execution. But the ideas behind(1) are not deep.||URI:||https://hdl.handle.net/10356/100092
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