# Matt N.

 1d awarded Yearling 2d awarded Revival Dec 9 revised How to define the \$0^0\$?awful typo corrected Dec 3 awarded Popular Question Nov 26 awarded Popular Question Nov 26 awarded Nice Question Nov 26 awarded Guru Nov 22 awarded Popular Question Nov 19 comment Prove Continuous functions are borel functionsI don't know off the top of my head. You might want to post your comment as a question. Nov 15 revised Roadway and book recommendations to math study.added 1 characters in body Nov 15 comment Roadway and book recommendations to math study.@AlexanderGruber While the article in the paper is an interesting piece of research could you please elaborate on what it has to do with the question? The question seems to be of the sort "I would like to understand A, B and C. My background is X. Could you please give me help on how to understand A, B and C, given my background" and I can't work out how an article on self-definition pertains. Nov 7 revised Smooth functions with compact support are dense in \$L^1\$edited tags Oct 30 awarded Supporter Oct 25 awarded Popular Question Oct 22 awarded Enlightened Oct 22 awarded Nice Answer Oct 13 awarded Popular Question Oct 9 awarded Popular Question Sep 25 comment Relation between primary ideal and prime ideal@leducquang Can you give me a list of all prime ideals containing \$q\$? Sep 23 comment Relation between primary ideal and prime ideal@leducquang If \$p^2 \subsetneq q \subsetneq p\$ then neither \$q=p^2\$ nor \$q=p\$ but there are no powers of \$p\$ between \$p\$ and \$p^2\$ so therefore \$q\$ is not equal to a power of \$p\$.