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Feb
27
comment General questions about Eisenstein series and modular forms
Thanks for the reference, though it's not clear to me what $c_0(n)$ is.
Feb
27
comment Retarded Functional Differential Equation
Differently-abled function.
Feb
27
asked General questions about Eisenstein series and modular forms
Feb
24
accepted Showing representation numbers are at most on the order of polynomial growth
Feb
21
revised Showing representation numbers are at most on the order of polynomial growth
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Feb
21
comment Showing representation numbers are at most on the order of polynomial growth
So you don't like my ellipsoid argument?
Feb
21
revised Showing representation numbers are at most on the order of polynomial growth
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Feb
21
comment Showing representation numbers are at most on the order of polynomial growth
Sorry, scratch that. Order DOES matter. The point is that we are looking at the distinct number of points on a lattice that map to $m$ under $r_Q$.
Feb
21
comment Showing representation numbers are at most on the order of polynomial growth
I should have written "grows with $m$", rather than $n$ (assume $n$ is fixed, fixed by $Q$ in fact).Different orders are the same, though signs matter.
Feb
21
comment Showing representation numbers are at most on the order of polynomial growth
$r_Q$ is a function. I'm interested in how it grows with $n$.
Feb
21
revised Showing representation numbers are at most on the order of polynomial growth
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Feb
21
asked Showing representation numbers are at most on the order of polynomial growth
Jan
25
accepted Why are the conditions of the IFT not necessary
Jan
25
comment Why are the conditions of the IFT not necessary
That's embarrassingly easy. I suppose this didn't occur to me because in one-dimension I have seen the IFT stated as saying that if a function is continuous and strictly monotonic (on some interval), then it is invertible. This seems to me to be a necessary condition as well.
Jan
25
asked Why are the conditions of the IFT not necessary
Dec
24
awarded  Yearling
Nov
28
accepted Showing a point is generic
Nov
28
asked Showing a point is generic
Nov
18
accepted hensel's lemma for the prime 2
Nov
18
comment hensel's lemma for the prime 2
Thank you. My question was posed poorly, as usual.