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Litterarum radices amarae, fructus dulces. (Bitter are the roots of study, but how sweet their fruit.) — Cato


May
21
asked A Question about Doctoral Theses in Mathematics
May
20
awarded  Nice Question
Apr
11
answered Does Euler's homogenous function theorem hold for functions homogenous in some of its independent variables?
Apr
7
revised Join, Smash Product and Disjoint Union of Tori
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Apr
7
revised Join, Smash Product and Disjoint Union of Tori
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Apr
7
asked Join, Smash Product and Disjoint Union of Tori
Apr
5
accepted Homotopy Type of Polynomial Hypersurfaces
Apr
4
asked Homotopy Type of Polynomial Hypersurfaces
Apr
1
awarded  Great Answer
Mar
28
awarded  Nice Answer
Mar
18
comment What was the first bit of mathematics that made you realize that math is beautiful? (For children's book)
@Aidian: Because the prime powers are already fully colored and this could potentially add confusion.
Mar
17
revised Proofs that every mathematician should know?
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Mar
17
comment Proofs that every mathematician should know?
The edit is incorrect and not what I had intended. $(\mathbb{Z}/n\mathbb{Z})^{\times}$ is a group for $n \in \mathbb{N}$, whose order is $\varphi(n)$.
Mar
8
revised Homotopy Type of a Riemann Surface with and without Points Removed
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Mar
6
comment Homotopy Type of a Riemann Surface with and without Points Removed
It's true that a torus with $n$ points removed is homotopic to a wedge sum of $n+1$ circles, no?
Mar
6
revised Homotopy Type of a Riemann Surface with and without Points Removed
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Mar
6
revised Homotopy Type of a Riemann Surface with and without Points Removed
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Mar
6
revised Homotopy Type of a Riemann Surface with and without Points Removed
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Mar
6
asked Homotopy Type of a Riemann Surface with and without Points Removed
Mar
6
comment A Growth Inequality on $\mathbb{C}$-Polynomials
Again, thank you, this is very helpful!