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Graduate student at Johns Hopkins University. Interests include Mathematical Physics, Particle Theory, Geometry (combinatorial, differential, and algebraic), Representation Theory, and Algebraic Topology.

I haven't been very active here recently. I'm currently pretty busy with research and teaching responsibilities, so I don't intend to answer any questions here unless they are somehow related to what I'm studying. This is honestly not much of a loss at all, as there are many capable users here who provide answers far better than what I am capable of.


Dec
21
reviewed Close Matrix with orthogonal columns?
Dec
21
reviewed Approve suggested edit on Is Lyapunov equation always solvable with A as a negative definite matrix?
Dec
21
reviewed Close Evaluate the integral, $\int\sec^2x(\sec x+\tan x)^6\,\mathrm{d}x$
Dec
21
reviewed Approve suggested edit on Restrictions on universal specification (in first-order logic)?
Dec
21
reviewed Reject suggested edit on Is this true? $(1+1/n)^n=1+1/1!+1/2!+1/3!+1/4!+\cdots + 1/n!$
Dec
21
reviewed Approve suggested edit on Extended version of the boundedness theorem: $f$ attains its bounds $\inf$ and $\sup$ of $\{f(x) | x \in [a,b]\}$
Dec
21
reviewed Reviewed Infiniteness of non-twin primes.
Dec
21
reviewed Looks OK Let $x,y,z$ be integers and $11$ divides $7x+2y-5z$. Show that $11$ divides $3x-7y+12z$.
Dec
21
reviewed No Action Needed In a family with two children, what are the chances, if one of the children is a girl, that both children are girls?
Dec
21
reviewed Close Why is $\mathbb{R}$ Not a Complete Lattice?
Dec
21
reviewed Close functional equations with restricted domain
Dec
21
reviewed Looks OK Why is $\mathbb{R}$ Not a Complete Lattice?
Dec
21
reviewed Close random thought: are some infinite sets larger than other
Dec
21
reviewed No Action Needed $L^2$ method to solve the PDE $\bar{\partial}u=f$, where $f\in L^{ 2 }_{ (0,p) }(\Omega )$
Dec
21
reviewed Close Consider $P(n)$ as a number of $n$-permutations, which each cycle have even length, and …
Dec
21
reviewed Approve suggested edit on Probability that a geyser erupts
Dec
21
reviewed Leave Open Reputation probabilities
Dec
21
reviewed Close Is there any good reason not to define $0^0=1$ , such as contradictions in algebra or arithmetic?
Dec
21
reviewed No Action Needed Etymology of the word “isotropic”
Dec
21
reviewed Looks OK For any $n$, there are at most two simple groups of order $n$?