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Master student in algebraic topology at the University of Oslo.


Mar
16
comment Which functor does the projective space represent?
Thank you! I agree charts might not be all too great for understanding projective spaces, but the first thing I really understood and liked was the projective line, patched together by pieces of $k[t]$. It makes it clear to me why a meromorphic function on $X$ is the same thing as a morphism $X\to\mathbb{P}^1$. This complements nicely the notion of a regular function as a morphism $X\to\mathbb{A}^1$. If I was able to see from the definition of $\mathbb{P}^I$, that this was the case I would be every happy. At least you've told me what I need to stare at until it makes sense :-)
Mar
16
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Mar
16
asked Which functor does the projective space represent?
Feb
23
awarded  Nice Question
Feb
19
awarded  Nice Answer
Nov
20
comment cup products and smash products
Ok, I have no Idea what this question is actually asking anymore, but I'm glad you managed to find a satisfactory answer for yourself.
Nov
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Nov
18
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Oct
14
comment What's $F'(x)$ if $F(x) = \int_a^{g(x)} H(x,t) dt$?
This is probably the favourite answer I've read on Stackexchange yet :-) So unbelievably natural, thank you!
Aug
19
comment Why is one “$\infty$” number enough for complex numbers?
I'd love it if that downvote came with a comment.
Aug
10
comment False proof of $H_0 ( X) = 0$
That's it, Matt :-)
Jul
29
awarded  Yearling
Jul
18
comment intersection of two affine open sets of a scheme
Is the union of the $U,V$ off the mark here? A lower bound would be the open set. Am I missing something?
Jul
5
comment What happens geometrically when the Jacobson radical is non-zero?
Well I think that answers my question pretty well to be honest. So thanks!
Jun
19
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Jun
19
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Jun
18
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Jun
18
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Jun
18
comment What happens geometrically when the Jacobson radical is non-zero?
Naturally I do not think there is actually anything wrong with it. I removed the comment on separation; oops. I also tweaked the question, since we're not actually looking at the ring of real-valued functions on an affine scheme. I'm looking for intuition, and phenomena which can be directly attributed to a non-vanishing Jacobson radical $J$. How does for instance the space $Spec(A/J)$ look compared to $Spec(A)$. Hopefully the question is in better shape now. Thanks for the feedback!
Jun
18
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