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Jan
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asked Conformal map and linear independence over $\mathbb{Q}$
Dec
26
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Dec
24
revised Can Selberg's orthonormality conjecture be intepreted in terms of covariance of independent random vectors?
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Dec
23
asked Can Selberg's orthonormality conjecture be intepreted in terms of covariance of independent random vectors?
Dec
23
accepted Density of primes of the form $kn\pm r$
Dec
22
comment Density of primes of the form $kn\pm r$
OK, thank you. Can you please turn your comment into an answer so that I can accept it?
Dec
22
revised Density of primes of the form $kn\pm r$
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Dec
22
comment Density of primes of the form $kn\pm r$
My formulation is not good. Edit coming.
Dec
22
comment Density of primes of the form $kn\pm r$
Number of $n$ such as in the last expression in Latex.
Dec
22
revised Density of primes of the form $kn\pm r$
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Dec
22
asked Density of primes of the form $kn\pm r$
Dec
19
accepted Does the supposed to exist functor considered in Langlands program bear a peculiar name?
Dec
19
revised Does the supposed to exist functor considered in Langlands program bear a peculiar name?
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Dec
19
asked Does the supposed to exist functor considered in Langlands program bear a peculiar name?
Dec
8
comment Can the existence of infinitely many even perfect numbers be settled by a diagonal argument?
Ok, I haven't been restrictive enough. What if we add the condition $\omega(\prod_{j}v_{i,j})\leq 2$ for every finite Euclid sequence, where $\omega (n)$ is the cardinal of the set of primes dividing $n$, and $2\not\mid p$ implies the $p$-adic valuation of this product is at most half the number of terms?
Dec
8
accepted Can the existence of infinitely many even perfect numbers be settled by a diagonal argument?
Dec
8
revised Can the existence of infinitely many even perfect numbers be settled by a diagonal argument?
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Dec
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comment Can the existence of infinitely many even perfect numbers be settled by a diagonal argument?
Indeed. I kinda naively expected perfect numbers to be determined by the considered property.
Dec
8
comment Can the existence of infinitely many even perfect numbers be settled by a diagonal argument?
@Wojowu: you're right. I propose the sequence with smallest sum of terms come first.
Dec
8
revised Can the existence of infinitely many even perfect numbers be settled by a diagonal argument?
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