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reviewed Reviewed Changing Numbers To Prescribed Values Under Special Limitations
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reviewed Looks OK Projection of the third dual of a Banach space onto the first dual
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reviewed Leave Open Statistics Question - Normal Distribution
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reviewed Approve Wiggly polynomials
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reviewed Leave Open If $\psi h$ is in $L^2$ for all $h\in L^2$, must $\psi$ be essentially bounded?
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reviewed Approve Limit question help please here?
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comment Non-isomorphic atomless Boolean algebras
I suppose it's a matter of background and culture. I've seen reduced measure algebra used for the same thing (I think Givant/Halmos use that). However, it doesn't make much sense to me to use the term measure algebra as a synonym of $\sigma$-algebra and from this point of view $\Sigma/\mathcal{N}$ is pretty much the only possible interpretation. It seems that for analysts $\Sigma/\mathcal{N}$ is the interesting thing to consider, not $\Sigma$ itself.
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comment Spectrum of the sum of two commuting matrices
@Theorem: Section 11 in the current version is called Nullstellensätze and in any case the pdf is fully searchable...
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reviewed Satisfactory Congruence relationship used for primitive residue classes modulo n result
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comment Proof of inequality involving surds
There were a few edits that seem to have changed/corrected mathematical content in the OP. I don't think it's a good idea to do that and reviewers should look more closely...
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comment Non-isomorphic atomless Boolean algebras
For me the measure algebra of a measure space is the algebra of measurable sets modulo the ideal $\mathcal{N}$ of null sets. Thus, $\mathfrak{A} = \mathfrak{L}/\mathcal{N} \cong \mathfrak{B} / (\mathfrak{B} \cap \mathcal{N})$ has cardinality $\mathfrak{c}$. Otherwise ccc wouldn't tell $\mathfrak{A}$ and $\mathfrak{B}$ apart, would it? :)
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comment Is Topology an important class to take before Functional Analysis?
Thanks for the feedback, that's very nice to hear and I really appreciate it. Good luck with your further studies!
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reviewed Reject Is A∨¬A a tautology when there is a proof (by contradiction)?
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comment Is Hom$(G,-)$ left exact if morphisms are required to be continuous?
Hi Ben, I just stumbled over this thread: in view of the accepted answer, maybe you're interested in having a look at my expository paper on exact categories where I give a hands-on approach to Quillen's theory. Best wishes and a happy New Year, Theo
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