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 Oct 7 awarded Notable Question Jun 17 awarded Popular Question May 18 awarded Yearling Apr 20 awarded Nice Question Jul 2 awarded Curious Jul 2 awarded Inquisitive May 18 awarded Yearling Apr 23 awarded Popular Question Jun 6 accepted Counting the number of elements in the set $\{ x^{13n}:n \mbox{ is a positive integer}\}$ under certain conditions Jun 6 comment Counting the number of elements in the set $\{ x^{13n}:n \mbox{ is a positive integer}\}$ under certain conditions @Zen Thank you. Things are not that clear right now but I'll keep thinking about this question. Jun 6 comment Counting the number of elements in the set $\{ x^{13n}:n \mbox{ is a positive integer}\}$ under certain conditions @Zen thanks for the hints. Rather than one of them being the identity, why can't one of them equal another? Jun 6 asked Counting the number of elements in the set $\{ x^{13n}:n \mbox{ is a positive integer}\}$ under certain conditions Jun 6 accepted Weighted initial ideal versus lex or graded reverse lex initial ideal May 18 awarded Yearling Nov 3 accepted $GL_2(\mathbb{C})$-invariant ring for $M_2(\mathbb{C})\times M_2(\mathbb{C})$ Nov 3 accepted Why is it that $\mathbb{C}[\{m_{ij}\}]^{G} \subseteq \mathbb{C}[\textrm{tr}(m),\ldots, \det(m)]$? Sep 30 asked $GL_2(\mathbb{C})$-invariant ring for $M_2(\mathbb{C})\times M_2(\mathbb{C})$ Sep 29 revised Why is it that $\mathbb{C}[\{m_{ij}\}]^{G} \subseteq \mathbb{C}[\textrm{tr}(m),\ldots, \det(m)]$? If the original question dealing with the general case is too hard, just wanted to see if anyone can provide an insight on a specific case. Sep 29 asked Why is it that $\mathbb{C}[\{m_{ij}\}]^{G} \subseteq \mathbb{C}[\textrm{tr}(m),\ldots, \det(m)]$? Sep 25 comment Understanding Jordan blocks all in the same $GL_n(\mathbb{C})$-conjugacy class Thank you joriki!