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Apr
27
asked Branching rule restriction to $\mathrm{O}_9 \Bbb C$ from $\mathrm{GL}_9 \Bbb C$
Apr
21
awarded  Promoter
Apr
19
revised Subspaces stabilized by representations of $\mathrm O(9)$
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Apr
19
revised Subspaces stabilized by representations of $\mathrm O(9)$
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Apr
19
asked Subspaces stabilized by representations of $\mathrm O(9)$
Apr
10
comment Standard representation of $\frak S_4$
I see, just found a webpage detailing that mistake, thanks. I include the webpage for completeness: groupprops.subwiki.org/wiki/…
Apr
10
asked Standard representation of $\frak S_4$
Apr
8
comment Factoring $x^{255} -1 $ over $\Bbb F_2$
I just uploaded a picture of the answer I came up with, but thanks all for the help.
Apr
8
revised Factoring $x^{255} -1 $ over $\Bbb F_2$
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Apr
8
comment Factoring $x^{255} -1 $ over $\Bbb F_2$
I ended up figuring out how to go about this problem, I will post my solution shortly
Apr
8
accepted Factoring $x^{255} -1 $ over $\Bbb F_2$
Apr
2
comment Factoring $x^{255} -1 $ over $\Bbb F_2$
This approach is the one that my teacher hinted at for the test question (this is a question on a test that I did not get and am now trying to solve). Can you elaborate on how we know that $\sum_{i = 0}^k x^i$ for $k = 2,4,16$ divides $x^{255}-1$?
Apr
2
revised Factoring $x^{255} -1 $ over $\Bbb F_2$
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Apr
2
comment Factoring $x^{255} -1 $ over $\Bbb F_2$
Ah! I read the Proposition wrongly, and the monic primes are indeed in $\Bbb F_2[x]$, I was under the wrong impression as you can see from my wording in the question. Thank you!
Apr
2
asked Factoring $x^{255} -1 $ over $\Bbb F_2$
Mar
7
revised Galois relations between subfields
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Mar
7
asked Galois relations between subfields
Mar
1
comment Meaning of measure zero
This answer made the most sense to me as someone who happened upon this question, for what that's worth.
Feb
28
revised Proving that the Fourier Basis is complete for C(R/$2*\pi$ , C) with $L^2$ norm
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Feb
28
suggested approved edit on Proving that the Fourier Basis is complete for C(R/$2*\pi$ , C) with $L^2$ norm