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 May25 awarded Yearling Jun7 awarded Good Answer May25 awarded Yearling Oct2 answered Why is it okay to say two groups are the same, when they're really isomorphic? Aug24 revised Theorems with an extraordinary exception or a small number of sporadic exceptions edited title to fit question better Aug24 comment Theorems with an extraordinary exception or a small number of sporadic exceptions I don't think my own answer about Heegner numbers is really a good example either. All class numbers are greater than 1 is not a great theorem in the context of this question. All it is saying is that the class number considered as a function f(n) is equal to 1 at these values of n and not equal to 1 at other values of n. Aug24 comment Theorems with an extraordinary exception or a small number of sporadic exceptions Many of the answers are not about sporadic exceptions, but rather the first n cases are exceptions before the theorem actually begins to work. Aug24 awarded Nice Answer Aug24 answered Fields that require both CS and pure math Aug24 awarded Teacher Aug24 awarded Critic Aug24 answered Theorems with an extraordinary exception or a small number of sporadic exceptions Aug14 awarded Quorum Jul13 asked Applications of complex variables beyond undergrad syllabus Jun14 asked Numerical Analysis over Finite Fields May31 comment Topological shape of sphere-like equations with complex radius So the subset of $\mathbb{C}^2$ that satisfies the equation is $\mathbb{C}^2 \setminus \{(0,0)\}$ May31 accepted Poincaré conjectures for other shapes May30 accepted Holomorphic Poincaré conjecture May30 revised Poincaré conjectures for other shapes added 428 characters in body May30 awarded Nice Question