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 Nov4 comment Topics in Analysis for undergraduate level essay project Have you looked at topology? Oct21 asked What is the trivial module functor? Oct13 asked Why does Proposition 1.8 in Atiyah-Macdonald imply that the smallest prime $\mathfrak{p}$ containing a primary ideal is equal to its radical? Sep13 comment How do I take the contraction of an ideal which is not in the image of the given morphism? @Seth thank you for the answer. I appreciate your apology. Sep13 accepted How do I take the contraction of an ideal which is not in the image of the given morphism? Sep13 comment How do I take the contraction of an ideal which is not in the image of the given morphism? @Seth as embarrassing as it is, I've never gone over this... Sep13 asked How do I take the contraction of an ideal which is not in the image of the given morphism? Aug19 asked What is the induced functor of covering spaces to covering groupoids? Aug13 comment What Does it Mean for a Function to have Finite Support? I bought the international edition, that could be why. Jul2 awarded Curious Apr7 comment Visually stunning math concepts which are easy to explain That's impressive. Apr5 revised What is the minimum value of $(\sin x + \cos x + \csc (2x))^3$ Cleaned up spelling errors and typos Apr5 suggested approved edit on What is the minimum value of $(\sin x + \cos x + \csc (2x))^3$ Apr4 comment No diffeomorphism that takes unit circle to unit square Show that $K$ and $\mathbb{S}^1$ are isomorphic in $\textbf{Top}$, but $K \not\in ob(\textbf{Diff})$. Mar24 asked Has anyone used Complex Analysis in the Spirit of Lipman Bers as their textbook? Mar20 comment What are some strategies to come up with exercises? This is an excellent start. Thank you for the advice. Mar20 accepted What are some strategies to come up with exercises? Jan25 awarded Yearling Dec14 comment How should I define the limit definition of a derivative using negative numbers? @StefanSmith It is a rework since $\lim_{n \rightarrow \infty} \frac{1}{n} = 0 = \lim_{h \rightarrow 0}$. How is that not acceptable to use a sequence instead of a continuous limit? Dec13 accepted How should I define the limit definition of a derivative using negative numbers?