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comment Borel Measure such that integrating a polynomial yields the derivative at a point
One quick question: Aren't measures usually nonnegative? Surely if we restrict ourselves to nonnegative measures, the measure in question cannot exist as the integral over the indicator functions must vanish, right?
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comment Characterization of Rational Normal Curve
When I say "rational normal curve", i mean projectively equivalent to $[X_0^n: X_0 ^{n-1} X_1^1:...:X_1^n]$. I think this is some really old use of the word "normal" that doesn't have much to do with the scheme-theoretic word normal. It's clear why it is smooth and rational, just "rational normal" is not clear to me.
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comment Characterization of Rational Normal Curve
Sorry- I of course mean "any n+1 points"
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