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 Jul2 awarded Curious Jan10 comment Modules over local ring and completion can you please fill in some details on why your claim /YACP's implies my claims? at least the second Jan8 accepted Modules over local ring and completion Jan8 asked Modules over local ring and completion Dec29 comment Dedekind domain if and only if smooth manifold got it, thanks a million. i was away for holidays - sorry about that :) Dec29 accepted Dedekind domain if and only if smooth manifold Dec23 comment Exercise from Matsumura about DVRs Thank you! Nice lemma Dec23 accepted Exercise from Matsumura about DVRs Dec23 asked Dedekind domain if and only if smooth manifold Dec4 accepted $xy\in (x^2,y^2)$ if $R$ is a Dedekind domain Dec4 asked Exercise from Matsumura about DVRs Dec4 comment $xy\in (x^2,y^2)$ if $R$ is a Dedekind domain Got it. Thanks a lot! Dec4 comment $xy\in (x^2,y^2)$ if $R$ is a Dedekind domain Great thanks! what about a counter example for the general case?:) Dec4 asked $xy\in (x^2,y^2)$ if $R$ is a Dedekind domain Nov18 comment Is $K[x_1, x_2,…]$ normal or not? Thank you for the answer, everything is clear; I forgot that UFDs are normal Nov18 accepted Is $K[x_1, x_2,…]$ normal or not? Nov18 asked Is $K[x_1, x_2,…]$ normal or not? Nov7 comment Markov chain whose state space is the unit circle why $2/\pi$ and not $1 / 2\pi$? Nov7 comment Markov chain whose state space is the unit circle I'm following Koralov and Sinai and there they don't talk about general Markov chains very clearly, so that's why I'm finding difficuties following. Again, would you be kind and write me a more detailed answer so that I could understand what you're saying? It seems like everything should be pretty easy - so I just want to understand the theory Nov7 comment Markov chain whose state space is the unit circle I'm still lost with this; can anyone help?