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comment A table for irreducible integral representation of finite cyclic groups
table? A theorem, perhaps...
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reviewed Close Dimension of Ext modules
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comment Standard Deviation of an equation
specifically, look at Sect. 3.1.2 of the paper I just mentioned.
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comment Standard Deviation of an equation
once again, at the end of the report you cite there is a reference to this paper: ams.org/journals/bull/1995-32-01/S0273-0979-1995-00571-9/… It discusses your question, and more, in detail, with proofs, more references, etc etc
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comment Standard Deviation of an equation
check the reference at the end of the report. It should have proofs.
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comment Standard Deviation of an equation
do you mean you read this: facultypages.morris.umn.edu/math/Ma4901/F2011/Prop/… ? This is not a research paper, it's just a proposal...
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revised Standard Deviation of an equation
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reviewed Leave Closed Manhattan distance betweena point and Gaussian
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reviewed Close Heat asymptotics
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reviewed Close transformation of mean density
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reviewed Close Show: Real roots of a polynomial
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reviewed Close derivative of the one parameter family of Riemannian metrics
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comment Do unit quaternions at vertices of a regular 4-simplex, one being 1, generate a free group?
wouldn't this imply that the multiplicative group of quaternions contains a free group on 4 symbols? This is rather surprising to me.
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reviewed Close calculate the mean and covariance functions of the stochastic process $X$
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reviewed Close $\mathbb{Z}/2\mathbb{Z}$-CW structure on spheres
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revised Number of matrices with given Smith normal form
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answered Number of matrices with given Smith normal form
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reviewed Close Two basic questions concerning geometrically ruled surfaces.
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reviewed Approve Turing Machine Halting
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comment the complex representations of $B(2, \overline{\mathbb{F}_p})$
and what is $B(2,F)$ ? And what is the Mackey method you mention - provide a reference...