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Going senile at 30

Random Variable

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ZaidAlyafey

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ZaidAlyafey

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Well, I guess I am going senile at the age of 23 (Worried)
 

Random Variable

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And then mrf had to rub it in by mentioning that $e^{iz}$ of course has an elementary antiderivative that is valid everywhere since $e^{iz}$ is an entire function.

I could have at least recognized that there was no justification for bringing the limit inside of the integral due to the fact that parametrization of the integral brings an $R$ out front.
 
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ZaidAlyafey

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Actually, it isn't always easy to see that a function along a contour approaches zero for large or small quantities of the modulus. It is always the hard part when using complex analysis approaches.

I recognized that the function has an anti-derivative but that was a little bit late .
 

Deveno

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I went senile already. Wasn't working for me.
 

chisigma

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mathbalarka

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I am already senile at 13. I once thought about a long time why there is no prime $\geq 3$ of the form $x^3+y^3$. :p
 

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mathbalarka

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Ah, but I will refer myself as 13 ever afterwards until 17, as 14 is not of my likes, neither is 15 or 16!
 

MarkFL

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Ah, but I will refer myself as 13 ever afterwards until 17, as 14 is not of my likes, neither is 15 or 16!
I guess if Jack Benny could be 39 forever, then you can be 13 for a few years. :D
 

Jameson

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I'm in my mid twenties and often feel I'm just not as sharp as I used to be. Doesn't bode well for my 30's and 40's. :p
 

ZaidAlyafey

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If You allow an 'oversixty' to do You a suggestion, then the suggestion is...

... sometime just take it easy! (Happy)...

Kind regards

$\chi$ $\sigma$
True. Working with some complicated stuff , you always miss the trivial. Sometimes it needs no more than thinking simple to find the solution.
 

HallsofIvy

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ModusPonens

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Is there a converse of Morera's theorem? (Smirk) :p