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Postgraduate student at the University of Bath, UK, studying geometry and representation theory. Currently thinking about cluster algebras and related objects.


Aug
9
comment Even dimensionality for skew-symmetric form
My previous comment was made automatically by the software - the linked question is not literally a duplicate, but it contains an answer to this question (which is what the close notification will say if this question is closed as a duplicate).
Aug
9
comment Clusteranalyse bei Zeitreihen / Cluster analysis of time series
@Jyrki That one I really don't know - either the German or the cluster analysis.
Aug
9
comment Clusteranalyse bei Zeitreihen / Cluster analysis of time series
@Jyrki I think "in/between" is probably correct - Google seems to have swallowed a word. As you can see, I'm not confident enough in that to change it though!
Aug
9
revised Clusteranalyse bei Zeitreihen / Cluster analysis of time series
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Aug
8
revised Subgroup Question
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Aug
8
revised How to prove two topologies $\mathcal{T}_1,\mathcal{T}_2$ are not equal
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Aug
7
revised Solving “Real Life” Problems
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Aug
7
revised Need help with a number theory question
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Aug
6
answered Endomorphisms of a finite dimensional vector space
Aug
6
comment Contradict the Contraction Mapping Theorem
@CodeKingPlusPlus In that case $c$ wouldn't be fixed; it would vary with $x$.
Aug
6
reviewed Approve suggested edit on Procedure to find generators of the dual cone
Aug
6
reviewed Leave Closed Find the area of the Polar coordinates
Aug
5
revised prove that if $\gcd(a,b)=1$ then $\gcd(a^2, b^2)=1$
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Aug
5
reviewed Close Inequalities - Equations
Aug
2
comment Whats wrong with this proof?
@mgelius It might have been helpful to mention that the theorem/proof came from such an exercise in the original question. As it happens I've kind of answered it for you: the proof by itself doesn't have a mistake in it, but it's a proof of a different theorem.
Aug
2
comment Whats wrong with this proof?
One problem was that the OP stated the forward implication and then proved (correctly) the backward implication, which is a common enough error that you might want to draw attention to it.
Aug
1
answered Study of category and functor
Jul
31
comment Dual basis for $\{1,x,x^2,x^3\}$
You should probably call that the "standard" basis rather than the "canonical" one. (I'm being fussy because there is a definition of "canonical basis", although admittedly I don't think it applies to this situation).
Jul
18
revised How many members are in a club?
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Jul
18
revised Is there a collective term for theorems, lemmas, properties, corollaries?
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