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English version of E. B. Dynkin, русский version “Semisimple subalgebras of semisimple Lie algebras”

I was recommended to consult a mathematical text: E. B. Dynkin, “Semisimple subalgebras of semisimple Lie algebras”, Mat. Sb. (N.S.), 30(72):2 (1952), 349–462. But I find that the paper is written in ...
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Prove that $\int_{0}^{a}dx\int_{0}^{x}dy\int_{0}^{y}f(x)f(y)f(z)dz=\frac{1}{3!}\left(\int_{0}^{a}f(t)dt\right)^3$.

My question is how to prove that $$\int_{0}^{a}dx\int_{0}^{x}dy\int_{0}^{y}f(x)f(y)f(z)dz=\frac{1}{3!}\left(\int_{0}^{a}f(t)dt\right)^3$$. $f$ is a continuous function. It is an exercise from my ...
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Is there a paper that explains Kasparov's KK theory in English?

I need to learn Kasparov's KK theory but the original paper is written in Russian. G.G. KASPAROV, The operator K-functor and extensions of C*-algebras, Izv. Akad. Nauk SSSR, Ser. Mat. 44 (1980), 571-...
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Article suggestion for Russian reading [closed]

I apologize if this question does not really fit here. I appreciate if someone can suggest math research articles in Russian (to practice reading, learning some math related terminologies etc.) I don'...
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Difference between eigenvectors and 'main directions' (russian translation) in affine transformations

You can define a given an affine transformation $f$ as a combination of an orthogonal transformation $g$ (distance between points are conserved) and two compressions $h_1,h_2$ to two mutually ...
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Mathematics in Other Languages

The intention of this community wiki is to aid in learning another language in the restricted topic of mathematics. It does matter whether one wants to learn another language for mathematics or use ...
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Arkhangel'skii's definition of cardinal function

I was searching an article written by A. V. Arkhangel'skii called A theorem on Cardinality. I found it but there is a little problem: the article is in Russian. I can't read Russian and I need the ...
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What is the "decrement" of a permuation? (Or what is the alternative word or phrase used for this definition)

In a Russian text, on the topic of Permutation Groups, the author introduces the concept of the decrement of a permutation defined as follows: (Note that this is my translation of the text, so it ...
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How does one read $\bar{A}$ aloud in Russian?

In English, I would generally read the mathematical notation $\bar{A}$ as "a bar" or "big a bar." What would this be in Russian? I looked in Glazunova's Russian for Mathematicians, but couldn't find ...
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Reading mathematical formulas in Russian & German

The book Russian for Mathematicians by Glazunova has a very useful section with examples of how formulas are read in Russian. (Most mathematical dictionaries don't seem to have this, as I suppose they ...
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Russian Texts on Geometry

I recently saw a question today pertaining to Russian mathematics and I have a similar question but of a slightly different flavor. I've always heard that the Soviet Union had a history of producing ...
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Soviet Russian mathematics books

The introductory part of this book briefly describes the popularity of mathematics in Soviet Russia. It touches on Russian mathematical circles and generally how society in Russia took to mathematics ...
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Are there good books in Russian not translated to English?

I am studying the Russian language and I would like to know if this can benefit me, mathematically speaking. For example, I know French and this gives me the possibility to read a lot of undergraduate ...
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Looking for articles on postcritically finite rational maps in Russian or French

I'm looking for articles on postcritically finite rational maps. I found a few articles in English, but I can't find any in Russian or French.
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Could anybody tell me what this problem talks about?

I found it in the section on sequence spaces. I don't know Russian. Две последовательности $\{a_n\}$ и $\{b_n\}$ называем существенно различными, если $a_n\ne b_n$ для бесконечного множества ...
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Can anybody tell me what this problem is about?

This is a calculus problem. I don't know Russian. Показать, что существуют последовательности, расходящиеся в $+\infty$ (сходящиеся к нулю) и несравнимые с точки зрения скорости стремления к $+\...
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Translations of Kolmogorov Student Olympiads in Probability Theory

I am deeply interested in Kolmogorov's probability contest whose tests could be found in English for the five first years but there is no English translation to its problems from round 6 onward. I ...
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A reference writen in Russian

I'm reading a paper "Groups that can be represented as a product of two solvable subgroups" published in 1986 in Comm. Algebra. Since I do not understand Russian, I only read the abstract in this ...
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What resources are there for learning Russian math terminology?

I have been studying Russian for about a year now as a bit of personal edification, but I would like to be able to talk about and write about mathematics in Russian, as well. I find it enhances my ...
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