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Jul 1 |
reviewed | Close What conditions imply that a function over $\mathbb{Z}$ is a polynomial? |
Jul 1 |
reviewed | Close Automorphism group of the gamma factor of a certain type of L-function |
Jun 28 |
awarded | Nice Answer |
Jun 28 |
reviewed | Close How to write an abstract for a math paper? |
Jun 27 |
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What is known about order of torsion of jacobian of hyperelliptic curve over finite field?
Just a comment prompted by the other comments. There is no need for the Weil conjectures or Lang-Weil. By the class number formula $\# J(F_q) = \prod (1-\alpha_i)$ where the $\alpha_i$ are the zeros of the zeta function of the curve and have absolute value $\sqrt q$ by Weil. |
Jun 21 |
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The significance of the Parvaresh-Vardy curve
Could you make the question self-contained? In particular, what are $E,f,Q$, how do you define the curve? |
Jun 16 |
awarded | Good Answer |
Jun 15 |
awarded | Enlightened |
Jun 15 |
awarded | Nice Answer |
Jun 15 |
awarded | Nice Answer |
Jun 15 |
answered | Can we find two positive integers $n$ and $m$ ($n,m>1$) such that $n^\pi = m$? |
Jun 14 |
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Can we find two positive integers $n$ and $m$ ($n,m>1$) such that $n^\pi = m$?
Apply Schanuel to $2\pi i, \log n, \log m$. The last two numbers are linearly independent over $\mathbb{Q}$ because of your hypothesis and the fact that $\pi$ is irrational. Then all three numbers are linearly independent over $\mathbb{Q}$ since $2\pi i$ is not real. Finally, the exponentials of all three numbers are rational, so Schanuel implies that the three numbers are algebraically independent over $\mathbb{Q}$ which is stronger than what you want. |
Jun 14 |
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Can we find two positive integers $n$ and $m$ ($n,m>1$) such that $n^\pi = m$?
This follows from Schanuel's conjecture but it's probably hard to prove unconditionally. |
May 22 |
answered | Is g( ) rational if it looks that way on a large rational subset? |
May 22 |
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Is g( ) rational if it looks that way on a large rational subset?
@DavidHolmes The question makes sense. Maybe it's clearer to ask whether, given the conditions, there is a rational function $g_1$ satisfying the same hypotheses as $g$. |
Apr 29 |
answered | Examples of quotients by infinitesimal group schemes |
Apr 20 |
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Parity-check matrix for code with variable block size and minimum distance
The main conjecture of MDS codes states that there is no code with length + 1 = dimension + min. distance (writing out since your notation is nonstandard) for length > q+2. You want to relax this to length=dim. + distance but want length up to $q^2$. I doubt it can be done. |
Apr 12 |
awarded | Good Question |
Apr 9 |
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What is the best known lower bound for: $\max_{2\leq i\leq p-1}(ord_n(i)) $?
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Apr 9 |
answered | What is the best known lower bound for: $\max_{2\leq i\leq p-1}(ord_n(i)) $? |