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Dec 8 |
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Nov 18 |
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Oct 23 |
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Quantitative lower bounds related to Zhang's theorem on bounded gaps
Does Zhang's result have any useful implications for previous polymath project, "Deterministic way to find primes"? |

Oct 5 |
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Jun 25 |
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Jun 3 |
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Tightening Zhang's bound
I have an impression that this topic is more suitable for Polymath project: polymathprojects.org |

Nov 18 |
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Nov 15 |
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Oct 3 |
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Nov 19 |
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Jan 18 |
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Conjecture on signed sum of integer fractions x/y from 1..N?
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Jan 18 |
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Conjecture on signed sum of integer fractions x/y from 1..N?
Can you re-edit equations with LaTeX? |

Jan 12 |
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How to estimate derivatives of multivariate polynomial near a manifold
May be this question is somehow related: mathoverflow.net/questions/12298/… |

Nov 25 |
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Sequences of Coefficients in $a p^i + b q^j = 1$
For every (i,j) pair there a lot of pairs (a,b) satisfacting this equation, so are there any other restrictions? Also, how explicit formula for them should be? Is something like $a_{ii}=p^{-i}\mod q^i$ acceptable? |

Nov 22 |
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Nontrivial question about fibonacci numbers?
"Every sufficiently high (= high enough for the right hand sides to make sense)" - is this remark necessary? Because Fibonacci numbers could be defined for negative $n$. |

Nov 19 |
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Oct 11 |
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Number of Fibonacci numbers up to x
Very closely related problem - mathoverflow.net/questions/39124/fibonacci-sequence-inversion |

Oct 4 |
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Formula for n-th iteration of dx/dt=B(x)
Is your expression for x(4) right? I re-checked my calculations, and the last coefficirnt isn't 7, it's 1. |

Oct 4 |
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Formula for n-th iteration of dx/dt=B(x)
Hm, incidentally I made such calculations when prepared my thesis. I remember that the coefficients were somehow related to the Eulerian numbers. Unfortunately, I didn't find closed expressions. |