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Jan
22
answered Existence of non-split sequence
Jan
22
answered Packing Problem - What do these notations mean?
Jan
22
comment Is it an example of bilinear pairing?
@Holmes.Sherlock Yes (cf. my last statement with $c=1$) and Yes
Jan
22
answered Is it an example of bilinear pairing?
Jan
21
revised Demonstrate that $B$ is a base in the following linear space…
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Jan
21
comment Demonstrate that $B$ is a base in the following linear space…
@JohnG. Consider $T^{n-k-1}(a_0x+\ldots+a_{n-1}T^{n-1}(x))$
Jan
21
answered Demonstrate that $B$ is a base in the following linear space…
Jan
21
comment Dedekind Cuts in Construction of the real line
Depending on your definition of real number, the answer to the first question may be "Yes, by definition"
Jan
21
comment Elementary proofs of prime gap theorems?
@barakmanos But the identity between "trivial" and "has simple proof" may not extend to "obvious". For example, everybody$^{\text{TM}}$ considers Jordan's curve theorem obvious until they attempt to find a simple proof.
Jan
21
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Jan
21
answered homomorphisms of field extension
Jan
20
answered Additive character : For any field or for a finite field?
Jan
20
comment Why is 15 + 15 different from 15 * 2?
@user2722083 It's about time to revisti your last three years worth of code ;)
Jan
20
comment Why is 15 + 15 different from 15 * 2?
@user2722083 Certainly not, check the docs. Actually, I doubt that any programming language with arithmetic expressions exhibits this confusing behaviour.
Jan
20
comment Which can be logically inferred from the given statements?
Since from the given statements you cannot infer that no objects exist that are doctor bot not women etc., case 2 is not relevant to the question.
Jan
20
answered Which can be logically inferred from the given statements?
Jan
20
revised Proof the Fibonacci numbers are not a polynomial.
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Jan
20
revised Do minimum polynomials always have a nonzero discriminant?
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Jan
20
answered Do minimum polynomials always have a nonzero discriminant?
Jan
20
answered Sequence of positive reals