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Grad Student with an interest in Riemannian Geometry


Aug
21
comment Path Connectedness argument for $SO(n, \mathbb{R})$
I got what you said. Sorry for the silly comment.
Aug
21
accepted Path Connectedness argument for $SO(n, \mathbb{R})$
Aug
21
comment Path Connectedness argument for $SO(n, \mathbb{R})$
Thanks. But I was unable to get your last statement. What do you mean by continuously transforming one column to the standard base vector?
Aug
21
asked Path Connectedness argument for $SO(n, \mathbb{R})$
Jul
30
comment Question on Torsion free condition for Levi-Civita connection
AAh, that is what I was looking for actually when I made the comment. Thanks a lot, nevertheless.
Jul
30
accepted Question on Torsion free condition for Levi-Civita connection
Jul
30
comment Question on Torsion free condition for Levi-Civita connection
Thanks, is there any reference for this where I can glean more?
Jul
30
revised Question on Torsion free condition for Levi-Civita connection
changed question
Jul
30
comment Question on Torsion free condition for Levi-Civita connection
Yeah. This is the link for the video.The speaker is Prof J.W.Morgan. Watch from 8:30 mins onwards. youtube.com/watch?v=ImIQP9szMGs. A small correction which I have made to the question. I apologise for the earlier mistake.
Jul
30
asked Question on Torsion free condition for Levi-Civita connection
Jul
2
awarded  Curious
Jun
23
accepted Uniform convergence of a series on $[-1,1]$.
Jun
22
asked Geodesics on a cone satisfying a certain condition.
Jun
22
asked Geometric significance of a certain dot product on a ruled surface.
May
31
revised Does $ \sum_{n=1}^{\infty} \left(\frac{\sin(n)}{n}\left ( \sum_{m=1}^{n}\frac{1}{m} \right )\right) $ converge?
Improved formatting
May
31
suggested suggested edit on Does $ \sum_{n=1}^{\infty} \left(\frac{\sin(n)}{n}\left ( \sum_{m=1}^{n}\frac{1}{m} \right )\right) $ converge?
May
31
comment Uniform convergence of a series on $[-1,1]$.
Thanks a lot. That's very helpful. That would give a partial sum of $s_n = \dfrac{(1-t^n)}{(1+t^n)}$ and I can proceed from there.
May
31
asked Uniform convergence of a series on $[-1,1]$.
May
31
revised Asymmetry of random graphs
Improved formatting
May
31
comment Asymmetry of random graphs
I changed the title. If you wanted something else, please feel free to re-edit.