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comment Congruence Primes and Modular Degrees
Perfect, thank you!
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Apr
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comment Undergraduate ODE textbook following Rota
@MarkMeckes I've not been misled about anything, but thanks for your concern.
Apr
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comment Undergraduate ODE textbook following Rota
@L Spice: There are many questions regarding textbook recommendations on this site. (Notice the last tag on my post.)
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accepted Congruence Number of 197A1
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comment Congruence Number of 197A1
@ABCDveve If you ask LMFDB for elliptic curves of conductor 197, there is exactly one.
Aug
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comment Congruence Number of 197A1
Or I can delete this question and pretend I never asked it ;)
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comment Congruence Number of 197A1
@JeremyRouse Oh, of course! What a silly mistake on my part. If you'd like to elevate your comment to an answer, I'd be happy to accept it.
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revised Congruence Number of 197A1
left out the important qualification that g must be an eigenform
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Jun
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comment Hodge–Tate structures of modular forms
In the ordinary case, page 164 of Mazur's "Infinite fern" paper sketches a way to see this, provided you already know that the determinant of the representation is $\chi \epsilon_{p}^{k+1}$.
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comment Level-Lowering in Weight 2
The assumption that rhobar is finite flat is equivalent to it being peu (and not tres) ramifie