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Aug
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comment Intuition behind $(-\frac{1}{2})! = \sqrt{\pi}$
I'm definitely not sure, but this seems strongly related to this question: math.stackexchange.com/questions/3444/…
Aug
21
comment Intuition behind $(-\frac{1}{2})! = \sqrt{\pi}$
@YellowSkies: wikiwand.com/en/Gamma_function
Aug
21
revised Area of $A'B'C'$ is to area of $ABC$ is $\frac{(m-n)^2}{m^2+mn+n^2}$
Fixed title latex.
Aug
21
suggested approved edit on Area of $A'B'C'$ is to area of $ABC$ is $\frac{(m-n)^2}{m^2+mn+n^2}$
Jun
18
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Jun
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revised Polynomial in several variables over $GF(2)$
Improved legibility.
Jun
2
suggested approved edit on Polynomial in several variables over $GF(2)$
Jun
2
revised If I invert the argument, should I invert the constants in the equation?
Made it easier to read.
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May
27
comment Solve this equation: $(x+2)(\sqrt{2x+3}-2\sqrt{x+1})+\sqrt{2x^2+5x+3}=1$
$-1$ seems to work...
May
14
suggested rejected edit on complex nos in ellipse.
May
12
comment Quadratic solutions puzzle
(-1/2, -1/2) is a solution, but it is also said in the constraints that $a \neq b$.
May
11
comment Confused about the prime elements of a ring.
@BillDubuque: Ok, thanks! It is just hard to wrap my head around. A lot of things in abstract algebra are requiring some serious rewiring of my brain. sigh
May
11
comment Confused about the prime elements of a ring.
@BillDubuque: Ok, so then we can construct any numerator as a unique combination of primes (well known property of primes) and choose a specific bottom element as a particular unit so this would imply that R is a UFD then?
May
11
comment Confused about the prime elements of a ring.
@BillDubuque: When you say $2$ is a unit, are you referring to the $p \times 2^{-1}$ is unnecessary just as $-1$ is unnecessary in prime factorization?
May
11
asked Confused about the prime elements of a ring.
May
10
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May
10
accepted Need help determining what this center is isomorphic to
May
10
comment Need help determining what this center is isomorphic to
Oh, whoops my bad, but $Z$ should have order $2$. That was me slipping up there, I didn't mean to write that, just mixed things around sorry about that. Thanks! (Modified original comment.)
May
10
comment Need help determining what this center is isomorphic to
Ok, so I think the problem is I didn't know about p-group. In this case the argument should go: Since it is non-trivial, we know that the order is $2$, $4$ or $8$, but G is not abelian so the order cannot be $8$ and $2$ is guaranteed cyclic hence $Z$ has order $2$ and $|G/Z| = 4$