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accepted H0w have group theory and fractal geometry been combined?
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comment Math blogs, pros and cons for writers?
this question has been on my mind too, what blogs do you keep up with?
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comment What are the generators of $(\mathbb{R},+)$?
well you'll certainly never find a minimal set of generators, for instance .1+.1+.1+.1+.1+.1+.1+.1+.1+.1 = 1.
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awarded  Nice Question
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asked H0w have group theory and fractal geometry been combined?
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comment If a collection of sets is a subbase for a topology $\tau_0$ and a base for a topology $\tau_1$, can we conclude $\tau_0 = \tau_1$?
the intersection of open balls can be described as the union of different open balls
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accepted Alternating Series Using Other Roots of Unity
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comment Alternating Series Using Other Roots of Unity
This is perfect thanks!
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awarded  Commentator
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comment Alternating Series Using Other Roots of Unity
I guess I'm not sold on my last part, if a series converges when it contains a primitive p-th root of unity, will it converge for any primitive q-th root of unity where q>p?
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asked Alternating Series Using Other Roots of Unity
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awarded  Critic
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comment Show that all abelian groups of order 21 and 35 are cyclic.
Do you know FTFGAG?
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awarded  Supporter
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comment A field that is an ordered field in two distinct ways
Remember that we only care that P is a subset, closed under addition & multiplication, and for any x $\in$ F, $x\in P$ or $-x\in P$ so the ordered field is not worried about additive inverses. Note: I think you're on the right track with automorphisms. I think that these subsets show some consequences of defining automorphisms on a field extension, having these two distinct automorphisms of F is a base step for Galois theory which is monumental in math and helps with proving that there is no general solution by radicals of polynomials with degree greater than 4
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answered Gaussian Integers Question
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comment Gaussian Integers Question
your link isn't working correctly for me. What is F?