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I think this is a neat project.

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comment Hilbert 16th problem, distribution of Limit cycles
I have deleted my earlier comments. If you still want to delete the question (instead of other options, like editing to delete the link) please let me know.
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comment Probability of correlated residues
I suggest you either think a little harder about the final form of your question before submitting it here, or spend a little more time proofreading before submitting edits.
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comment An equality for the dimension of the sum of subspaces (in the non-degenerate case)
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comment Expected summation of dropped intervals?
I've received a message to the effect that this is a problem from an ongoing contest. Could you tell us where you found this problem?
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comment Is every nonabelian finite simple group a quotient of a triangle group $(a,b,c)$ with $a,b,c$ coprime?
The fact that any finite simple group is 2-generated (a corollary of the classification) immediately implies we get a quotient of a triangle group.
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comment A question about the maximal subgroup of SO(n+1)?
Perhaps you should change "the" to "a" in your question.
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answered Model over DVR for smooth projective curves
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revised paper by Nakata on 2-adic Galois representations
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comment $\mathcal{M}_{g,n}$ a scheme for $n \gg 0$?
Bjorn's comment under JSE's answer addresses the representability question. The absence of automorphisms automatically yields an algebraic space, but the coarse moduli space is known to be a quasi-projective variety, so you get a scheme.
Mar
21
comment $\mathcal{M}_{g,n}$ a scheme for $n \gg 0$?
This is covered in mathoverflow.net/questions/11253/… . See in particular JSE's answer.
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