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I am a physics undergrad with interests in theoretical physics and mathematics.


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comment Compact Lie algebras and Lie groups
From wikipedia (en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Compact_Lie_algebra) it seems I was wrong, but wikipedia defines the killing form to be negative definite.
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comment Compact Lie algebras and Lie groups
I am not sure compact lie algebras and lie groups should be related, because locally compact and non-compact manifolds look the same.
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revised An identity relating sum of number of partitions to sum of number of parts
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comment An identity relating sum of number of partitions to sum of number of parts
@Vladimir: sorry p and q are also co-prime.
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comment An identity relating sum of number of partitions to sum of number of parts
@Vladimir: $p,q$ are integers greater than 0 such that their product is less than equal to $N$. Thanks for asking. Question edited.
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comment Spherical harmonics give all the irreducible representations of $SO(3)$?
@MattE: Can this be shown by some physical arguments?
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accepted Show that any finite extension of $\mathbb{Q}$ is not algebraically closed.
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revised Show that any finite extension of $\mathbb{Q}$ is not algebraically closed.
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comment Show that any finite extension of $\mathbb{Q}$ is not algebraically closed.
I am sorry. I read the text wrong, after further thought my question is entirely different. Please have a look at the now edited correct question.
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comment Show that any finite extension of $\mathbb{Q}$ is not algebraically closed.
@MarkBennet: Oops, I am sorry. I read it wrong, after further thought my question is entirely different. Please have a look at the now edited correct question.