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If $G/Z(G)$ is cyclic, then $G$ is abelian

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Normalizer of the normalizer of the sylow $p$-subgroup

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Do there exist regular functions on the projective space over a field?

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Range of a nonconstant polynomial over complex numbers

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Picard group of product of spaces

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How to think of the Zariski tangent space

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Intersection of affine varieties is affine

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Complex structure on the Jacobian of a Riemann surface

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Threefold category equivalence: algebraic curves, Riemann surfaces and fields of transcendence degree 1

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The Uniformization Theorem and Elliptic Curves

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What is normal crossing?

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How Appell-Humbert theorem works in the simplest case of an elliptic curve

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For $n$ at least 5, the index of a subgroup of $Alt(n)$ is at least $n$.

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$\epsilon$ definition of limit point

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proof of the Cauchy integral formula

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Map between Zariski tangent spaces(?)

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What do the involutions of an elliptic curve look like?

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Intuitive Explanation of Hom Functor Property

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Action of $PGL(n+1) $ on $\mathbb P^n$!

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Catagorical Definition of Coproduct and Abelian Groups

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Collection of surprising identities and equations.

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Is it a bad idea to study modern algebraic geometry without having any background in smooth manifolds?

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$K$-schemes as varieties: the importance of the structural morphism

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Question on Intersection Theory of Effective Divisors

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Subtori of a complex torus

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Equivalence relation in finite subset of $\mathbb N$

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Show that a smooth plane quartic is never hyperelliptic

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Holomorphic line bundle with degree zero

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Every point in a k-manifold has a neighborhood diffeomorphic to $\Bbb{R}^k$

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Every neighborhood of identity in a topological group contains the product of a symmetric neighborhood of identity.

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