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What is lost when we move from reals to complex numbers?

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Quantum mechanical books for mathematicians

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What value does 1/sqrt(n) approach?

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Subgroup of finite index contains a normal subgroup of finite index

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Why is this not a triangulation of the torus?

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Beginner's book for Riemannian geometry

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Show that $x^2 + 1$ is irreducible over $\Bbb Z_3$ and reducible over $\Bbb Z_5$

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Reference request: differential geometry (with analytic flavor)

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Classical examples of mathematical induction

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Show that series $a_{n+1} = \sqrt{1+\sqrt{a_n}}$ converges

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What does it mean even? And odd?

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Convergence of complex sequence $z_{n}$

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Fourier transform of partial derivative identity proof

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constant to the $\log(n)$ equals $n$ to $\log(\text{constant})$

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Mathematical way of determining whether a number is an integer

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Infinite intersection non-empty if finite intersections are non-empty proof

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Equation system with two unknown variables $xy=6930$ and $y/x=1.41$

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How to read the expression of an affine connection: $\nabla_X Y$?

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How can it be true that $5\geq -2$?

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How can I be sure that structure constants exist?

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Topology: Showing the Collection Is Uncountable

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Continuous map and reciprocal subset : sentence from my book

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Should the notation “$\log x$” mean the decimal logarithm?

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Is there a "simple" way of proving Stirlings formula?

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Show $0 \to A\mathop \to B\mathop \to C \to 0$ is split when $C$ is a free Abelian group

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Integrate $\int r(\ln r)^2 \, dr$

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Skew-symmetric matrices

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Is "interior" defined for all topological spaces?

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With $A,B,C \subseteq X$ prove that $(A \cap B) \subseteq C$ if and only if $A \subseteq ((X \setminus B) \cup C$)

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How to understand an triangulation of torus?

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