Josué Molina
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 Jan 1 awarded Talkative Dec 17 accepted Unit Plus Nilpotent Is Unit Dec 16 asked Unit Plus Nilpotent Is Unit Nov 30 awarded Popular Question Nov 29 accepted A Continuous Nowhere-Differentiable Function Nov 27 accepted The Matrix of $T$ Relative to the Ordered Bases $\mathcal B$ and $\mathcal B'$ for $V$ Nov 25 awarded Notable Question Nov 3 accepted $\left(\mathbb{Z}/p\mathbb{Z},\times\right)\cong\left(\mathbb{Z}/\left(p-1\right)\mathbb{Z},+\right)$? Oct 31 comment $\left(\mathbb{Z}/p\mathbb{Z},\times\right)\cong\left(\mathbb{Z}/\left(p-1\right)\mathbb{Z},+\right)$? This made perfect sense. What would be required to show that $(\mathbb Z/p\mathbb Z)^\times$ is cyclic? Oct 30 asked $\left(\mathbb{Z}/p\mathbb{Z},\times\right)\cong\left(\mathbb{Z}/\left(p-1\right)\mathbb{Z},+\right)$? Oct 30 awarded Popular Question Oct 14 awarded Notable Question Sep 23 awarded Notable Question Sep 14 accepted Algebraic Proof of Geometric Claim Sep 14 asked Algebraic Proof of Geometric Claim Sep 10 accepted Arbitrary Intersection of Bounded Sets Is Bounded Sep 10 comment Arbitrary Intersection of Bounded Sets Is Bounded Is it okay to just say that $C$ is a subset of every $C_i$, which implies that $C$ is bounded by any $B_{r_i}$ that I wish? Sep 10 asked Arbitrary Intersection of Bounded Sets Is Bounded Jul 25 comment Basis, Ordered Basis, and Linear Independence @SolidSnake, if you write your comments into an answer, then I will accept it. Thank you. Jul 25 comment The Matrix of $T$ Relative to the Ordered Bases $\mathcal B$ and $\mathcal B'$ for $V$ I know $[T\alpha]_{\mathcal B'}=A[\alpha]_{\mathcal B}\not\Longleftrightarrow[T\alpha]_{\mathcal B}=A[\alpha]_{\mathcal B'}$ because neither $[T\alpha]_{\mathcal C}$ nor $[\alpha]_{\mathcal C}$ might even make sense for some $\mathcal C\in\{\mathcal B,\mathcal B'\}$. What I'm concerned about is whether the bolded definition is ambiguous with my restrictions.