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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.


Sep
10
answered What is the meaning of this (potentially humorous) mathematical equation?
Dec
20
answered (Dis)prove that this system has only integral solutions.
Nov
7
answered How to put 9 pigs into 4 pens so that there are an odd number of pigs in each pen?
Oct
17
answered Distinguishing the Cylinder from a “full-twist” Möbius strip
Oct
14
answered Irreducible subsets of a topological space
Jul
18
answered Burau matrix of braid
Nov
2
answered Can we express $\sin 1^\circ$ in a real closed, not repetitive, radical forms?
Oct
17
answered How is the error term in the Taylor expansion of a function arrived at?
Oct
7
answered Commutator relationship proof $[A,B^2] = 2B[A,B]$
Oct
6
answered Can vectors be inverted?
Sep
28
answered Can a subgroup generated by two finite subgroups be infinite?
Sep
25
answered Example of a union of subfields that is not a field
Sep
16
answered Injective function from $\mathbb{R}^2$ to $\mathbb{R}$?
Sep
6
answered Is there an closed form solution to the equation: $ae^a=1$
Sep
2
answered How to check if a point is inside a rectangle?
Sep
1
answered Does $(\mathbf A+\epsilon \mathbf I)^{-1}$ always exist? Why?
Aug
20
answered Brute force method of solving the cube: How many moves would it take?
Jul
24
answered 5 digit no combination problem
Jul
20
asked How to show unitary decomposition is continuous
Jul
13
answered Uncountable disjoint union of $\mathbb{R}$