Ritwik
  • Member for 8 years, 6 months
  • Last seen more than 2 years ago
  • Stony Brook
4 answers
12 votes
7k views
5 bookmarks
How does one show sin(x) is bounded using the power series?
1 answers
8 votes
353 views
Can the diagonal of a manifold be expressed as the zero set of a section of a vector bundle?
1 answers
5 votes
824 views
If a sequence converges pointwise and a subsequence converges uniformly does the sequence converge uniformly?
0 answers
3 votes
150 views
1 bookmarks
What is the poinacre dual of the projectivization of a line bundle inside the projectivization of the sum of two line bundles?
1 answers
2 votes
122 views
What is the Chern class of the Kernel of a projection map after taking a blowup?
4 answers
2 votes
125 views
Can one generate a sequence of natural numbers whose density has a given distribution?
2 answers
2 votes
107 views
Can a function be bounded from below by its second order Taylor expansion?
0 answers
2 votes
195 views
Reference request for an explicit description of the group of deck transformations acting on the universal cover of a Riemann Surface
2 answers
2 votes
1k views
When can one conclude that a sequence of uniformly bounded equicontinuous functions converges uniformly?
1 answers
2 votes
284 views
Is the inclusion map in the Sobolev embedding theorem a surjective map?
1 answers
2 votes
72 views
Can one use the IFT on Banach spaces and the simple harmonic oscillator to say that there is a solution for the motion of a pendulum?
0 answers
2 votes
148 views
1 bookmarks
If the intersection of the preimage of a generic point of a flat morphism with an open set is dense, does it imply the open set is dense?
1 answers
2 votes
403 views
1 bookmarks
What is the definition of a flat morphism?
0 answers
1 votes
91 views
1 bookmarks
When can you extend a holomorphic section of the Hyperplane bundle defined on a compact connected submanifold?
1 answers
1 votes
456 views
If the weighted $L^p$ norm of a measurable function is finite, is the weighted $L^p$ norm of the antiderivative also finite?
1 answers
1 votes
25 views
Is it possible to bound the fraction of n-tosses that have exactly m-heads by one over m cube?
0 answers
1 votes
64 views
Does one have to check some additional hypothesis to apply the implicit function theorem for infinite dimensional spaces?
0 answers
1 votes
941 views
If a sequence of smooth functions converge in the Sobolev norm, what can one say about the limiting function?
1 answers
1 votes
250 views
How does one define mixed partial derivatives for functions on a manifold?
0 answers
0 votes
50 views
What does "free morphism" mean in the context of moduli space of stable maps?