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I hold a diploma in Network Administration (along with many industry certifications) and am currently studying Computer Science and Pure Math in University.


Nov
6
asked How to conclusively determine the interior of a set
Nov
5
awarded  Nice Question
Nov
4
asked Convert a WFF to Clausal Form
Nov
4
accepted Finding the matrix of a linear transformation relative to two non-standard bases
Nov
3
comment Finding the matrix of a linear transformation relative to two non-standard bases
@Omnomnomnom Unfortunately, all it says is what $T$ is for a given $\langle x,y,z\rangle$.
Nov
3
revised Finding the matrix of a linear transformation relative to two non-standard bases
Added missing part of question
Nov
3
asked Finding the matrix of a linear transformation relative to two non-standard bases
Nov
3
awarded  Nice Question
Nov
3
asked How to find the coordinate vector of $\left[\begin{array}{r}x\\y\end{array}\right]$ with respect to some non-standard basis $\mathcal{B}$
Oct
31
awarded  Popular Question
Oct
28
revised If $\mathbb{Z}_m^*$ is cyclic, and $\mathbb{Z}_m^*=\langle\overline{g}\rangle$, is $\overline{g}$ a primitive root?
added 41 characters in body
Oct
28
comment If $\mathbb{Z}_m^*$ is cyclic, and $\mathbb{Z}_m^*=\langle\overline{g}\rangle$, is $\overline{g}$ a primitive root?
@ThomasAndrews I meant to imply when it is cyclic; as in, when $m=1,2,4$, or is of the form $p^{\alpha}$ or $2p^{\alpha}$ where $p$ is an odd prime.
Oct
28
asked If $\mathbb{Z}_m^*$ is cyclic, and $\mathbb{Z}_m^*=\langle\overline{g}\rangle$, is $\overline{g}$ a primitive root?
Oct
28
comment What are the generators of $\mathbb{Z}_9^*$?
@JyrkiLahtonen OK, then from the table alone, assuming I correct it to use multiplication instead of powers, can I find a generator from it? Or do I have to test each one individually with the method above?
Oct
28
comment What are the generators of $\mathbb{Z}_9^*$?
@JyrkiLahtonen Wouldn't that mean that every element in $\mathbb{Z}_9^*$ is a generator, save for $\overline{1}$?
Oct
28
comment What are the generators of $\mathbb{Z}_9^*$?
@JyrkiLahtonen But that seems contrary to what I was taught... but again I may have misunderstood
Oct
28
comment What are the generators of $\mathbb{Z}_9^*$?
@coffeemath notice the headers in my table. Are the headers wrong? I listed all the elements $n$ such that $(n,9)=1$
Oct
28
comment What are the generators of $\mathbb{Z}_9^*$?
@coffeemath but I thought I had to take $2^4=16\equiv 7\mod{9}$
Oct
28
comment What are the generators of $\mathbb{Z}_9^*$?
Where are my errors? I've gone over this twice and I got the same thing each time.
Oct
28
asked What are the generators of $\mathbb{Z}_9^*$?