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Apr
5
revised Harris' AG ex 2.24: projective variety under regular map.
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Apr
5
revised Harris' AG ex 2.24: projective variety under regular map.
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Apr
5
revised Harris' AG ex 2.24: projective variety under regular map.
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Apr
3
revised Show that $k[x,y,z]/(xz-y^2)$ is not a UFD.
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Mar
25
revised Do complex eigenvalues of a real matrix imply a rotation-dilation?
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Mar
23
revised Do complex eigenvalues of a real matrix imply a rotation-dilation?
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Feb
25
revised Radical Ideals: Show that $\sqrt{\sqrt{I}+\sqrt{J}}=\sqrt{I+J}$
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Dec
1
revised Using characters in finite fields to find number of solutions to polynomials.
Fixed indices
Nov
30
revised Using characters in finite fields to find number of solutions to polynomials.
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Nov
30
revised Using characters in finite fields to find number of solutions to polynomials.
Clarified
Nov
27
revised Nonzero trace in finite fields and proving irreducibility.
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Nov
26
revised Show the polynomial $(x-\alpha)(x-\alpha^p)\cdots(x-\alpha^{p^{n-1}})$ is in $F_p[x]$ if $\alpha\in F_{p^n}$
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Nov
3
revised Is 3 ever a seventh power mod a prime $p$ if $p\equiv 1 (7)$
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Nov
3
revised Is 3 ever a seventh power mod a prime $p$ if $p\equiv 1 (7)$
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May
12
revised 3 other extensions of the Secretary Problem
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May
9
revised Cauchy's Integral Formula and Green's Theorem
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May
9
revised Cauchy's Integral Formula and Green's Theorem
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May
9
revised Cauchy's Integral Formula and Green's Theorem
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May
8
revised Cauchy's Integral Formula and Green's Theorem
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May
8
revised What is the module $\operatorname{Hom}(M,N)$ where $R=\mathbb{C}[x]$ and $M=R/(x)$ and $N=R/(x-1)$.
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