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accepted Conditions on a $1$-form in $\mathbb{R}^3$ for there to exist a function such that the form is closed.
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awarded  Nice Question
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comment If $M\otimes N=R^n$ need $M$ be projective?
This is a truly beautiful way to prove this. Thanks!
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accepted If $M\otimes N=R^n$ need $M$ be projective?
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revised If $M\otimes N=R^n$ need $M$ be projective?
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asked If $M\otimes N=R^n$ need $M$ be projective?
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revised Conditions on a $1$-form in $\mathbb{R}^3$ for there to exist a function such that the form is closed.
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comment Conditions on a $1$-form in $\mathbb{R}^3$ for there to exist a function such that the form is closed.
@SanathDevalapurkar A smooth function, sorry
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revised Conditions on a $1$-form in $\mathbb{R}^3$ for there to exist a function such that the form is closed.
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comment Conditions on a $1$-form in $\mathbb{R}^3$ for there to exist a function such that the form is closed.
Because my mind switched it with exists! Thanks
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asked Conditions on a $1$-form in $\mathbb{R}^3$ for there to exist a function such that the form is closed.
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asked Is the Matrix ring over the a radical ideal a radical ideal of the matrix ring?
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accepted The normalizer of a proper sub-algebra properly contains the sub-algebra in a nilpotent Lie algebra.
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comment What are necessary and sufficient conditions for the product of spheres to be paralellizable?
Ah, so it is. I have removed it
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revised What are necessary and sufficient conditions for the product of spheres to be paralellizable?
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revised What are necessary and sufficient conditions for the product of spheres to be paralellizable?
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asked What are necessary and sufficient conditions for the product of spheres to be paralellizable?
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accepted How do we compute $\mathbb{Z}^2/(n, m)$?
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asked How do we compute $\mathbb{Z}^2/(n, m)$?
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