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accepted If $\{x_p\}$ converges to $x$, then $\{x\}\cup \{x_p\}$ is compact
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asked If $\{x_p\}$ converges to $x$, then $\{x\}\cup \{x_p\}$ is compact
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awarded  Popular Question
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revised Divergence of the series $2^{-1/n}$
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accepted Divergence of the series $2^{-1/n}$
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comment Divergence of the series $2^{-1/n}$
Yes, I should probably explain the error. Thank you for that. The word "fathom" is a little strong in this context, that is all I was saying. Upon first reading of your comment I interpreted it as "I have no idea how you possibly got this limit wrong" which is clearly not constructive to learning any subject.
Dec
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comment Divergence of the series $2^{-1/n}$
I'm not sure how I got the limit I did but I see the solution. I edited my solution above. Thank you for your help.
Dec
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revised Divergence of the series $2^{-1/n}$
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comment Divergence of the series $2^{-1/n}$
It was an error in the calculation. I believe I fixed the solution. A little advice though, saying "I cannot fathom how you got 1" is very discouraging to someone learning mathematics.
Dec
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revised Divergence of the series $2^{-1/n}$
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asked Divergence of the series $2^{-1/n}$
Nov
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accepted If $f$ is entire and $|f|\geq 1$, then show $f$ is constant.
Nov
22
asked If $f$ is entire and $|f|\geq 1$, then show $f$ is constant.
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18
comment $\left<2,x\right>$ is a maximal ideal of $\Bbb Z[x]$
Oh, I think I see it now. Are you thinking of using the 1st iso theorem? If I did the work correctly, the kernel of this mapping $\left<2,x\right>$, correct?
Nov
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comment $\left<2,x\right>$ is a maximal ideal of $\Bbb Z[x]$
I'm sorry, but the notation here "$\widehat{P(0)}$" means what exactly? I like that you said this because I thought about this but didn't think it would work.
Nov
18
accepted $\left<2,x\right>$ is a maximal ideal of $\Bbb Z[x]$
Nov
18
comment $\left<2,x\right>$ is a maximal ideal of $\Bbb Z[x]$
I see! This problem has been bugging me for a couple of days. Thank you for the assistance.
Nov
18
comment $\left<2,x\right>$ is a maximal ideal of $\Bbb Z[x]$
That's the thing, I'm not sure how to make that 2nd isomorphism work. Should I just do it from straight definition?
Nov
18
asked $\left<2,x\right>$ is a maximal ideal of $\Bbb Z[x]$