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revised Best known bounds on certain exponential sums
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revised Algorithms for calculating R(5,5) and R(6,6)
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revised Number of prime numbers in a range
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comment Number of prime numbers in a range
Excellent! For some reason I did not remember this refinement.
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comment Dividing a rectangle
This site is for research level questions. For general questions in mathematics see math.stackexchange.com
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revised Do more generalizations of Schur's inequality exist?
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revised gamma-factor of a primitive element of the Selberg class
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comment gamma-factor of a primitive element of the Selberg class
@Myshkin: You are right, I will update my text accordingly.
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revised Iwaniec's conjecture
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answered gamma-factor of a primitive element of the Selberg class
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revised Bound on $g(n+1)/g(n)$ for Landau's function
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comment Automorphism group of the gamma factor of a certain type of L-function
There is no polynomial "defining the Euler product". Each Euler factor (at a prime $p$) is a different polynomial (of $p^{-s}$), and these are quite independent of each other and of the gamma factor. In fact the gamma factor is usually thought of as the Euler factor at the infinite prime $\infty$.
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comment One-to-one correspondance between zeta zeros and the prime powers?
Don't worry about bumps. Readers appreciate the effort put into a question.
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comment One-to-one correspondance between zeta zeros and the prime powers?
I think you should update a question as long as you can improve it. Updating is fun and useful.
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comment One-to-one correspondance between zeta zeros and the prime powers?
Well, it is still unfortunate to call $r_n$ the $n$-th solution $x$, while $n$ is the running variable for the zeros as well. That is, $r_n$ should be called $x_m$ and at appropriate (but not all) places $n$ should be called $m$ accordingly.
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comment One-to-one correspondance between zeta zeros and the prime powers?
What do you mean by "the first display holds for the $n$th $\rho$"? The first display involves a sum of $\rho$'s, not a single $\rho$. At any rate, please update the question with appropriate notation. Thanks!
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comment One-to-one correspondance between zeta zeros and the prime powers?
Do you mean that $r$ is a value $x$ at which the first display holds? There is no $r$ in that equation, that's why I am asking. Similarly, there is no $r$ in your second equation. The question is unclear to me.
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revised Typical value of totient function
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Jun
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comment How to write an abstract for a math paper?
I think the abstract is supposed to summarize, not advertise the paper.
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comment A curious determinantal inequality
Very nice proof! It would be interesting to see a "coordinate free" proof in the spirit of the Schur-Horn theorem, but probably it would not be any simpler than this one (especially that your proof is self-contained).