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What are the most general classes of simplicial complexes or posets for which the Charney-Davis conjecture is known, and what is the most general setting for which it might expected to be true?
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Prehomogeneous vector spaces
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Did Grothendieck write about modular forms?
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Unit covering of $d$-dimensional points
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matrix-inverse tag wiki excerpt
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Salmon's proof that tangents to a cubic from a point on it have the same cross-ratio
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why is it so cool to square numbers? (in terms of finding the standard deviation)
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Toric Fano 4-folds
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How to prove that the odd continued fraction approximants of ln(1+X) are upper bounds?
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nilpotent-orbits tag wiki
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What is the geometric meaning of homology group and cohomology group?
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Inverse Laplace transform in a signal that is a sum of exponentials - MATLAB
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Bound for $\Vert g\Vert_r$ when $ \Vert g-f\Vert_2<\varepsilon$
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