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suggested suggested edit on Is noetherianity a local property?
Nov
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comment $R\subseteq S$ integral extension and $S$ Noetherian implies $R$ Noetherian
@user : I mean $S = \widetilde {\mathbb Q} [x]$. Sorry for the confusion.
Nov
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asked Showing that a ring $R$ is Noetherian
Nov
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comment $R\subseteq S$ integral extension and $S$ Noetherian implies $R$ Noetherian
@user : How does this example contradict the given question? $S$ is not even noetherian.
Oct
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comment $R\subseteq S$ integral extension and $S$ Noetherian implies $R$ Noetherian
@user: I posted the first part as I thought that it will help to solve the the second part. why is the second part false? can you please elaborate?
Oct
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asked $R\subseteq S$ integral extension and $S$ Noetherian implies $R$ Noetherian
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comment Does a morphism between covering spaces define a covering?
@GeorgesElencwajg: can you kindly clarify why $\Phi$ is surjective? I can't see why $\Phi^{-1}(e)$ is nonempty.
Sep
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comment proving that $SO(n)$ is path connected
@PrahladVaidyanathan: Thanks! I am able to show that $SO(n)$ is connected using induction, and then by locally connectedness it also implies that $SO(n)$ is path connected.
Sep
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comment proving that $SO(n)$ is path connected
what do you mean by 'lifting' the path?
Sep
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revised proving that $SO(n)$ is path connected
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Sep
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asked proving that $SO(n)$ is path connected
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accepted Problem regarding group action
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accepted Help with minimal and characteristic polynomial
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comment Problem regarding group action
no it can't... I forgot to put that. I have edited the question now.
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revised Problem regarding group action
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asked Problem regarding group action
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revised Help with minimal and characteristic polynomial
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asked Help with minimal and characteristic polynomial
Aug
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comment help with a problem on implicit fn theorem
can you please clarify a little more? I am new to these things, and I can't understand how to proceed after that.
Aug
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asked help with a problem on implicit fn theorem