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Has philosophy ever clarified mathematics?
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Is there a way to simplify the following trace expression?
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Homogeneity of a variant of Prikry forcing
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Most intriguing mathematical epigraphs
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Most intriguing mathematical epigraphs
In "Analysis and Probability: Wavelets, Signals, Fractals" by Palle E. T. Jorgensen, Springer-Verlag, New York, 2006, p. vii.
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Most intriguing mathematical epigraphs
@VesselinDimitrov: It is typically attributed to Hadamard, but it actually might be original with Painlevé:
homepage.math.uiowa.edu/~jorgen/hadamardquotesource.html
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Examples of major theorems with very hard proofs that have NOT dramatically improved over time
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Is there a non-trivial group G isomorphic to Aut(G)?
Prof. Robinson: There is even a MO thread on that pearl:
mathoverflow.net/questions/5635/…
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Papers that debunk common myths in the history of mathematics
@Victor: Maybe you were thinking of Mr. Markowsky's review of Mario Livio's book on $\phi$. It appeared several years ago in the Notices of the AMS and you can find it here:
ams.org/notices/200503/rev-markowsky.pdf
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Did Gauss know Dirichlet's class number formula in 1801?
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Least collaborative mathematician
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How many primes have the form $(2^p+1)/3$?
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Positivity of the Coulomb energy in two dimensions
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Painleve test of a new PDE hierarchies
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Painleve test of a new PDE hierarchies
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