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What do the Fibers tell us about torsion? (Geometric Intuition)

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Why do models of ZF which are not $\omega$-models have non-standard formulas whose length is "infinitely large natural numbers"?

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Has Mathematical Finance education become unnecessarily inaccessible? [closed]

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Abstract Index Notation Inconsistency (Technical - Answer in the Question)

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1 answer
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Making sense of 'Floppy' Structures on Manifolds

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Simple (?) NP-hard reduction

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1 answer
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How do I show that a distribution is locally p-integrable?

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1 answer
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Ratio of Poisson Distributions (Possible mistake on exams by instructor)

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Laws of Form: Reformulation or New Mathematics?

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Positive operator on a Hilbert Space

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1 answer
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Bundle connection with 'Strain'

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1 answer
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Can we write the directional derivative $D_v f$ as $v[df]$?

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Relation involving the inverse of a symplectic form

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Torsion on a flat connection (Geometric Intuition).

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Marked points on fibers of $TS^2$ can trace out a helix during (parallel) transport.

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1 answer
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Compactness of the associated (Stone) space of an infinite Boolean Algebra.

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Basic Traffic-Flow problem (How to physically interpret the results)

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How do I partition squares to avoid overlaps in polynomial time?

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3 answers
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Checking for convergence when the main tests fail

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Expectation involving bivariate standard normal distribution

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A guide to p-integrable functions and their usage