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I am a current graduate student, pursuing a Phd. in Mathematics. I expect my speciality to be in overlap of Algebraic Number Theory and Algebraic Geometry. I am most interested in Iwasawa Theory, Perfectoid Spaces, and have a bit of interest in Inverse Galois Theory.


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awarded  Caucus
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revised Find constants $A, B$ for cumulative density functions (probability)
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reviewed Close What is 6.5 in binary?
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reviewed Close Function linear in its arguments
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reviewed Reject A little question about contracting chain homotopy.
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reviewed Approve How to find Laplace transform of a differential equation?
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reviewed Leave Open Is the series converges?$\sum \frac{1}{\log\left(\left(\log\left(\log\left(\log n\right)\right)\right)\right)^p},\quad \quad p\in\mathbb R$
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reviewed Leave Open Proving $\frac{200}{\pi}\sum_{n=0}^{\infty}\frac{(-1)^{n}}{(2n+1)\cosh\left(\frac{\pi}{2}(2n+1)\right)}=25$
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reviewed Close Circles intersecting at A and B
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reviewed Leave Open Characterization of integral quadratic forms representing the same numbers?
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reviewed Leave Closed Proving and identity with the normalized sine function
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reviewed Leave Closed Is $\mathbb{Q}\times \mathbb{Q}$ a field?
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reviewed Leave Closed How to prove that $\frac{200}{\pi}\sum_{k=0}^\infty \frac{(-1)^k}{(2k+1)\cosh{((2k+1)\frac{\pi}{2})}}=25$
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comment Is the series converges?$\sum \frac{1}{\log\left(\left(\log\left(\log\left(\log n\right)\right)\right)\right)^p},\quad \quad p\in\mathbb R$
Though the posted answers are fine, another way of seeing this is using en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cauchy_condensation_test
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revised If $F$ is an extension field of the field $K$ such that $[F:K] =1$, then $F=K$
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answered If $F$ is an extension field of the field $K$ such that $[F:K] =1$, then $F=K$
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answered Is the series $\sum_{n=1}^\infty \frac{(n+1)^n}{n^{n+\frac 5 4}}$ convergent?
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comment Integration-Can anyone give the technique t0 integrate this type of problems?
As I hinted and others point out: $\int \sqrt{4\sin^2 x-4\sin x+1}\;dx=\int \sqrt{(2\sin x-1)^2}\;dx=\int 2\sin x -1\;dx$. If you are having troubles with $\int 2\sin x -1\;dx$, you should think what function to I differentiate to get $\sin x$, then multiply by $2$. What function do I differentiate to get $-1$?, add these up then just plug in your upper and lower limits to find the answer.
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revised Integration-Can anyone give the technique t0 integrate this type of problems?
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answered Integration-Can anyone give the technique t0 integrate this type of problems?