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 5h comment How to convert this particular expression into some desired form? You can cancel out the exponentials in your dy/dx 5h comment How to convert this particular expression into some desired form? Normally $dy/dx$ is a function of $x$ but it's interesting that here it is a function of $t$. 5h suggested rejected edit on How to convert this particular expression into some desired form? 5h revised How to convert this particular expression into some desired form? latex issues 5h suggested approved edit on How to convert this particular expression into some desired form? Apr22 comment Intersection of 2 high dimensional balls I asked the professor today and he said just because it's "easy" doesn't mean it will take less than a week. He said it might just be large computation involving integrals and maybe there's no intuitive way to see it. Apr21 comment Intersection of 2 high dimensional balls @Bye_World Yes that's another way of saying it. The reason I said probability was to avoid a constant factor. Apr21 asked Intersection of 2 high dimensional balls Apr7 answered If $f \geq 0$ is continuous and $\int_{a}^{b} f(x) \, dx = 0$, then $f =0$ Apr5 accepted Equivalence of Galois groups of two different splitting fields of the same polynomial Apr2 revised Question about Random Walks and An $O^*(n^5)$ Volume Algorithm for Convex Bodies - Kannan Lovasz Simonovits 97 added motivation/background Apr1 awarded Popular Question Apr1 comment Jordan Canonical Forms: Different Approaches Peter Lax's Linear Algebra and Its Applications has this construction in the appendix I think. Mar31 revised Equivalence of Galois groups of two different splitting fields of the same polynomial added 53 characters in body Mar31 answered Equivalence of Galois groups of two different splitting fields of the same polynomial Mar31 comment Equivalence of Galois groups of two different splitting fields of the same polynomial Ah! In other words I jumped ship too soon. The proof is given in the very next paragraph! Thanks Mar31 revised Equivalence of Galois groups of two different splitting fields of the same polynomial adding a missing hypothesis Mar31 comment Equivalence of Galois groups of two different splitting fields of the same polynomial I didn't do that because the author did not appeal to that fact in the underlined portion - he only appealed to primality. But your counterexample shows its necessary. But how to apply it? Mar31 revised Equivalence of Galois groups of two different splitting fields of the same polynomial uploading the proof Mar31 comment Equivalence of Galois groups of two different splitting fields of the same polynomial Very good point... I wonder if I misstated something. I'll add the full proof to my question.