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accepted Elliptic curve over algebraically closed field of characteristic $0$ has a non-torsion point
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comment Elliptic curve over algebraically closed field of characteristic $0$ has a non-torsion point
Fantastic answer, thanks for your efforts in searching the literature. It seems boggling that such an intuitively obviously result should require that much work! Anyways thanks very much again.
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revised Elliptic curve over algebraically closed field of characteristic $0$ has a non-torsion point
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revised Elliptic curve over algebraically closed field of characteristic $0$ has a non-torsion point
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asked Elliptic curve over algebraically closed field of characteristic $0$ has a non-torsion point
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answered Let A a commutative ring with unity in which every element is idempotent ($x^n=x$ for some n>1 dependent on x), then every prime ideal is maximal.
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comment Prove $n! \leq n^n$
@Sharkos You are right, I didn't really read the question. I've upvoted your answer!
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answered Prove $n! \leq n^n$
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comment What is a Covering Space (intuitively) and is it related to the concept of open cover?
@andrew I disagree that the use of the word "covering" in both situations is not mathematically significant! For instance in the étale topology, a covering map is a "covering" by a single "open" set. Best,
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comment How to prove twin prime conjecture or Goldbach conjecture if we assume prime distribution is completely random?
How do you define the probability of a statement to be true or false?
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comment Why care about (local) rational functions in algebraic geometry?
Localizing at a point does not give a field in general, unless the point is the generic point of an irreducible component. Localizing at a point gives a local ring.
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