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 Mar17 awarded Popular Question Nov24 awarded Popular Question Jul2 awarded Curious Oct6 awarded Yearling Oct2 awarded Yearling May13 comment Combinatorics question in the style of Van der Waerden's theorem $X$ should be of size at most $N^{1-\epsilon(r)}$. May11 comment Combinatorics question in the style of Van der Waerden's theorem Well, your new $a+b$ can be some $a'+l b'$ for some other $a'$ and $b'$ used before; so the problem basically asks for an example when this happens a lot May11 comment Combinatorics question in the style of Van der Waerden's theorem I abused the big $O$ notation; edited again May11 revised Combinatorics question in the style of Van der Waerden's theorem added 27 characters in body May11 comment Combinatorics question in the style of Van der Waerden's theorem The term "translates" made things unclear, yes. I edited; now things should be correct. May11 revised Combinatorics question in the style of Van der Waerden's theorem added 5 characters in body May11 asked Combinatorics question in the style of Van der Waerden's theorem May2 comment Exercise from Stein with partial differential operator Edited. Sorry for not being thorough. May2 revised Exercise from Stein with partial differential operator added 168 characters in body May2 asked Exercise from Stein with partial differential operator May2 comment Polynomial divisibility over the integers sorry for the post; I tried to close it but apparently I can't. May2 accepted Polynomial divisibility over the integers Apr25 comment Polynomial divisibility over the integers Yes, you are right penarthur, I apologize; as for strictness, it's "only greater or equal"... I'm not sure if the statement is true anymore though. Sorry for the trouble Apr24 asked Polynomial divisibility over the integers Apr23 comment -Almost- self-adjoint bounded operators on Hilbert spaces Very nice. Thanks!