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Currently enrolled in Grinnell College

Majoring in math


Jan
22
awarded  Popular Question
Jan
20
comment Why is topological group not a popular topic?
I see. Then, I will rather study more interesting topics like Lie groups and their branches than reading Pontryagin's book, since it should be better investment of time. I'm interested in both number theory and rep theory, so I will definitely look into such topics. Thanks for both!
Jan
20
asked Why is topological group not a popular topic?
Jan
16
comment What are the sequels to Rudin's Functional Analysis?
I appreciate your comment. I found Yoshida's book in my college's library, so I will definitely check it as well as the books on your list!
Jan
15
asked What are the sequels to Rudin's Functional Analysis?
Jan
13
comment How much set theory and logic should typical algebraists/analysts/geometers know? (soft-question)
The title says "naive", but the set theory dealt in the book is just an axiomatic set theory which doesn't lead to such a paradox. The author used the term "naive" to mention the gentleness of the treatment of set theory in the text.
Jan
12
asked Any good supplementary text on Algebraic Number Theory?
Dec
31
accepted How much set theory and logic should typical algebraists/analysts/geometers know? (soft-question)
Dec
30
comment How much set theory and logic should typical algebraists/analysts/geometers know? (soft-question)
That's quite true. I totally agree.
Dec
30
comment How much set theory and logic should typical algebraists/analysts/geometers know? (soft-question)
So, the best way for me is probably to study appropriate amount of set theory and logic after I will feel necessary to expand my view while investigating the area of my interest at professional level (and not knowing them isn't too bad either). I appreciate all the help!
Dec
30
comment How much set theory and logic should typical algebraists/analysts/geometers know? (soft-question)
I'm glad to know that. I have thought that the topics exactly you mentioned are totally different from the kind of set theory used in other areas of mathematics.
Dec
30
asked How much set theory and logic should typical algebraists/analysts/geometers know? (soft-question)
Dec
28
revised Learning roadmap request: compiling a “Mathematics Stack Exchange Undergraduate Bibliography”
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28
comment Learning roadmap request: compiling a “Mathematics Stack Exchange Undergraduate Bibliography”
Some schools in China, Japan, Germany, Russia and UK use Folland, adult Rudin or Royden in undergrad as far as I know.
Dec
28
revised Learning roadmap request: compiling a “Mathematics Stack Exchange Undergraduate Bibliography”
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revised Learning roadmap request: compiling a “Mathematics Stack Exchange Undergraduate Bibliography”
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Dec
28
comment Prove that: $8^{a}+8^{b}+8^{c}\geqslant 2^{a}+2^{b}+2^{c}$
$A^3+B^3+C^3=\frac{1}{2}(A+B+C)((A-B)^2+(B-C)^2+(C-A)^2)$
Dec
28
comment What are solutions to $2^x=x$?
I think OP wants to find the solution in $\mathbb{C}$.
Dec
28
answered Which topology textbook has the greatest amount of ancillary support available on the Internet?
Dec
28
comment How to evaluate $\int_{0}^\infty \frac{{x^2}}{e^{\beta {\big(\sqrt{x^2 + m^2}}- \nu\big)} + 1} dx$
Substitution of $u=x+im$ and use contour integral?