Skip to main content
Mikhail D's user avatar
Mikhail D's user avatar
Mikhail D's user avatar
Mikhail D
  • Member for 7 years, 4 months
  • Last seen this week
24 votes

Intuition on the Orbit-Stabilizer Theorem

8 votes

Theorem 3.50 - Principles of Mathematical Analysis - Rudin

7 votes

Theorem 3.54 (about certain rearrangements of a conditionally convergent series) in Baby Rudin: A couple of questions about the proof

6 votes

Question about the proof of Rudin's Theorem 2.30

6 votes

Difference between free and finitely generated modules

5 votes

Rudin theorem $3.7$

4 votes

Is Exercise 8.3 in Rudin's Principles of Analysis as easy as it seems?

4 votes

Continuity of a function defined by an integral

3 votes

L'Hospital's rule from Rudin's Principles.

3 votes

How to prove that this group has at most order 16

3 votes

Proofs of the structure theorem for finitely generated modules over a PID

3 votes

Rudin 3.3 (d) Show that lim $\frac{1}{s_n} = \frac{1}{s}$ for a sequence $s_n$.

3 votes

Is the limit of a convergent sequence always a limit point of the sequence or the range of the sequence?

2 votes

Prove that 'lines are parallel if they don't intersect' with a suitable diagram

2 votes

Don't Understand Proof in Rudin Principles of Mathematical Analysis Book Thm 7.24?

2 votes

Corollary 4.7.16 in Artin's Algebra (2nd ed.)

2 votes

Corollary 15.3.8 from Artin (degrees of field extensions)

2 votes

What exactly is a 0-form?

2 votes

Standard topology on $\mathbb{R}$ is not finer than $K-$ topology on $\mathbb{R}$.

1 vote

Clarification of proof in Artin's "Algebra"

1 vote

Surface Element in Spherical Coordinates

1 vote

Prove using properties of logical equivalence $(P\wedge (P \to (Q \to R))) \to (Q \to R)$ is a tautology

1 vote

Rank of a Group and Independence of Generators

1 vote

Determine subgroup $\langle (12),(13)(24)\rangle $ of group $ S_{4}$

1 vote

Looking for an intuitive explanation why the row rank is equal to the column rank for a matrix

1 vote
Accepted

Example 2.10.3 from Artin

1 vote

How to prove that this group has at most order 16

1 vote

Just having problems following one crucial step in the proof of theorem 2.36 in Rudin's Principles of Mathematical Analysis

1 vote

Why is interchanging the order of limits in this situation equivalent to asking for continuity?

1 vote

Theorem 3.55 in Baby Rudin: How to make sense of the proof?