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revised A is an antisymmetric matrix (of even size). B is another matrix such that $b_{i,j}=a_{i,j}+c$. Prove that |A|=|B|
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comment A is an antisymmetric matrix (of even size). B is another matrix such that $b_{i,j}=a_{i,j}+c$. Prove that |A|=|B|
Sorry, I thought you wanted a hint, because you said "Any hint?" ;).
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answered A is an antisymmetric matrix (of even size). B is another matrix such that $b_{i,j}=a_{i,j}+c$. Prove that |A|=|B|
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revised What is the intuition behind a Euclidean function?
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Apr
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comment Minimal free resolution of ideal generated by three homogeneous polynomials
@user26857: Yes, good point. Do you have a reference? I am looking but can't find any so far.
Apr
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answered Minimal free resolution of ideal generated by three homogeneous polynomials
Apr
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answered Do finite morphisms preserve dimensions?
Apr
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comment Statement made by Borel on Linear Algebraic Groups page 79
Borel never claims that $K$ is a field extension of $k$, in fact you should rather think of $k$ as a field extension of $K$. Otherwise, the statement makes little sense.
Apr
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comment Irreducible variety
Do you know that the image of a projective morphism is always closed?
Apr
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comment A is an antisymmetric matrix (of even size). B is another matrix such that $b_{i,j}=a_{i,j}+c$. Prove that |A|=|B|
Eliminate all but the first $c$ in the first row by row operations, then eliminate all but the first $c$ in the first column by column operations and see what happens. If it's unclear, do this for a $4\times4$ example first. Next, use Laplace expansion for the first row and use the fact that the determinant of an odd-shaped antisymmetric matrix vanishes.
Apr
20
revised Graph theory: creating surfaces
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Apr
20
revised Isomorphism of Quotient ring $\Bbb Q[x]/\langle x^3\rangle$
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Apr
20
comment Why are there no $\mathbb{R}$-valued points on a complex curve?
I think I had a similar problem before. Maybe the answer there is helpful to you as well.
Apr
19
comment Localization Preserves Euclidean Domains
Me too actually. I knew the statement but had never thought about the proof before =).
Apr
19
revised Showing that the integers localized at a prime, p, is a Euclidean Domain
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Apr
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comment Showing that the integers localized at a prime, p, is a Euclidean Domain
I answered this over here in more generality.
Apr
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answered Localization of euclidean ring is euclidean?
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revised Localization Preserves Euclidean Domains
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Apr
19
comment Localization Preserves Euclidean Domains
@rie: I changed the answer and corrected my mistake thanks to your insightful questions, indeed you have to make sure that $S$ is saturated for the argument to work.
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revised Localization Preserves Euclidean Domains
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