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Jan
27
suggested suggested edit on How do I mark the locus of points $P$ for which $d (P, G) = d (P, L)$?
Jan
27
suggested suggested edit on find a special element of $Sp(2n,q)$
Jan
26
suggested suggested edit on Evaluating $\lim\limits_{x\rightarrow \infty} \frac{f(x)}{x}$ knowing $\lim\limits_{x\to\infty} f(x+1) - f(x)$
Jan
25
suggested suggested edit on Find maximum of a function 4
Jan
23
suggested suggested edit on How do I show a set $A = (A\setminus B)\cup (A\cap B)$ for discrete math?
Jan
19
suggested suggested edit on [Geometry]Prove that $AZ = 2ZC$
Jan
18
suggested suggested edit on $G$ is a finite group, Show that if $[G:Z(G)] = 21$ then exists $H ,K < G$ such that $H\neq G$ and $K \neq G$ and $HK = G$
Jan
17
suggested suggested edit on Subgroups of $\mathbb{D}_6^n$
Jan
17
suggested suggested edit on If $a$ is an element of a group and $|a| = n$ , prove that $ C_G(a)= C_G(a^k)$
Jan
15
suggested suggested edit on Probability that the sum of 50 dice throws is $\geq 195$
Jan
15
suggested suggested edit on How many $n$-length sequences over $\{0, 1, 2\}$ are there that sum to a multiple of $3$
Jan
15
suggested suggested edit on Probability that the sum of 50 dice throws is $\geq 195$
Jan
13
suggested suggested edit on Does there exist any non trivial finite subgroup?
Jan
13
suggested suggested edit on Show that a group of order $28$ contains $2$ subgroups $H_1 > H_2$ such that $|H_1|= 14$ and $|H_2| = 7$
Jan
10
suggested suggested edit on Graph Isomorphism property
Jan
9
suggested suggested edit on Analysis Integration
Jan
9
suggested suggested edit on if $G$ is a group of order $p^n$ where $p$ is prime
Jan
8
suggested suggested edit on Use induction and Newton's binomial formula to show that $\binom{n}{0}+\binom{n}{1}+\cdot+\binom{n}{n}=2^n, \forall n\in \mathbb N$
Jan
6
suggested suggested edit on Prove that if $A \vartriangleleft G$ is abelian, then $A$ has a complement in $G$.
Jan
6
suggested suggested edit on Prove that if $A \vartriangleleft G$ is abelian, then $A$ has a complement in $G$.