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comment Concrete Example of the Birch and Swinnerton-Dyer Conjecture
+1. Why such a beautiful , clear, explanatory answer of Alvaro Lozano-Robledo got neglected ? . Very informative, the PCMI lecture book written by Alvaro Lozano - Robledo, is very interesting and the most elegantly written article I ever saw , which gives a gentle introduction about the conjecture for almost naive persons. Example : Me . Here is it . I downloaded it for free, but may be it got removed.
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comment Concrete Example of the Birch and Swinnerton-Dyer Conjecture
+1. Why such a beautiful , clear, explanatory answer got neglected ? . Very informative, the PCMI lecture book written by Alvaro Lozano - Robledo, is very interesting , which gives a gentle introduction about the conjecture for almost naive persons. Example : Me . Here is it . I downloaded it for free, but may be it got removed.
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comment An elegant non-technical account on the work of Joseph Fourier.
@MichaelGreinecker : Elegant Master !! , very great link sir. Why can't you post it below ? . Thanks a ton.
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accepted To prove an elementary statement
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accepted How does a Class group measure the failure of Unique factorization?
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comment Is analytic capacity continuous from below?
@timur : Thanks a lot sir. But everyone are not like you, people are narrow minded. Sometimes, due to people like you, I will realize that not everyone are brusque, there are quite a few who are ethical .
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revised Number to the exponent divided by exponent value
added something
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suggested approved edit on Number to the exponent divided by exponent value
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comment Popular math books with depth
Thank you FYI .
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comment Popular math books with depth
Thank you FYI .
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comment If $a^2$ divides $b^2$, then $a$ divides $b$
+1. Really very simple proof, that makes no appeal to the Funda-Theorem of Arithmetic.
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comment Apollonius' circle
My dear, its an assumption ( I think so, may be or may not be, the other MO users will step within a few time and help you in detailed manner ) . First you need to assume that they intersect at some point and then proceed further. In order to prove something, you need to assume something. BTW, its good that you mention the theorem name and link if possible.
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comment A tricky but silly doubt regarding the solutions of $x^2/(y-1)^2=1$
@J.M. : Yes sir. But tricky for me, silly for you ( learned people ) , is the meaning I wanted to express.
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comment A tricky but silly doubt regarding the solutions of $x^2/(y-1)^2=1$
It was really useful. I never thought it that way. Your explanation was clear and clean. It reflects your experience and grip in mathematics. Thank you again.