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revised Aren't there obvious patterns in the primes that no one makes use of and what about this...
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comment Aren't there obvious patterns in the primes that no one makes use of and what about this...
@achillehui ahh, right. but maybe there's another way
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comment Aren't there obvious patterns in the primes that no one makes use of and what about this...
MSE doesn't accomodate visualizations well
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answered Aren't there obvious patterns in the primes that no one makes use of and what about this...
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revised Aren't there obvious patterns in the primes that no one makes use of and what about this...
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asked Aren't there obvious patterns in the primes that no one makes use of and what about this...
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comment For which values of a do the following vectors form a linearly independent set in R^3
Surround your latex with dollar-sign or double dollar-sign
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accepted I've proved everything about the ideal correspondence easily except $\pi ^{-1} \pi (\frak{a}) = \frak{a}$
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comment I've proved everything about the ideal correspondence easily except $\pi ^{-1} \pi (\frak{a}) = \frak{a}$
I don't think that's a rephrasing. It's a complete rewriting. And mine used plenty of math-English o__O
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asked I've proved everything about the ideal correspondence easily except $\pi ^{-1} \pi (\frak{a}) = \frak{a}$
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accepted Quadratic reciprocity: $\left( \dfrac{-1}{p}\right) = (-1)^{\frac{p-1}{2}}$
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comment Quadratic reciprocity: $\left( \dfrac{-1}{p}\right) = (-1)^{\frac{p-1}{2}}$
Thanks. I'll study this for a bit
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comment Quadratic reciprocity: $\left( \dfrac{-1}{p}\right) = (-1)^{\frac{p-1}{2}}$
I've seen that, I guess now to learn it.
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asked Quadratic reciprocity: $\left( \dfrac{-1}{p}\right) = (-1)^{\frac{p-1}{2}}$
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comment is "$a^0 = 1$" a definition or there exists a proof?
What have you tried?
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answered Rank of free group
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revised There exists a descending chain of symmetry groups from a formal language string down to its smallest grammar.
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revised There exists a descending chain of symmetry groups from a formal language string down to its smallest grammar.
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revised There exists a descending chain of symmetry groups from a formal language string down to its smallest grammar.
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