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1st year grad student at TIFR Mumbai.

Areas of interest: Number Theory, Discrete Mathematics.


Sep
24
awarded  Autobiographer
May
17
awarded  Popular Question
Feb
7
revised A lower bound on the number of matrices whose image contains all multiples of $p^e$
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Feb
7
asked A lower bound on the number of matrices whose image contains all multiples of $p^e$
Nov
4
comment Cohen-Lenstra Heuristics reference
Yes, but it is too technical for me, I am looking for some reference which explains it in a relatively simple manner.
Nov
1
asked Cohen-Lenstra Heuristics reference
Oct
22
comment Euclidean real quadratic fields
@Gene S.Kopp: Thanks for the reference. By "single" I meant if the function has some general definition for all quadratic fields (eg. norm function), probably I should have used the word "similar". And I would be glad to know if there are some other work in this direction.
Oct
18
comment Euclidean real quadratic fields
@Franz Lemmermeyer:So showing eulideanity would be harder than showing uiqueness of factorization? I also thought that but wasn't so sure. So is this approach (showing euclideanity) of finding a large number of UFD's completely hopeless?
Oct
17
awarded  Yearling
Oct
17
asked Euclidean real quadratic fields
May
18
comment Questions about the proof of Stickelberger's theorem on discriminants
Can you please tell how do you prove your first and second claim ?
May
18
revised Questions about the proof of Stickelberger's theorem on discriminants
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May
18
asked Questions about the proof of Stickelberger's theorem on discriminants
Jan
22
comment Self complementary cartesian products
@Chris godsil: Yes, thats why I said without computing the complement, may be using some arguments on the degrees of verices and using the fact that it is a cartesian product; and this is not a homework.
Jan
21
asked Self complementary cartesian products
Oct
4
accepted Why is the physical space equivalent to $\mathbb{R}^3$
Oct
3
asked Getting a bound on the coefficients of the factor polynomial
Aug
30
awarded  Commentator
Aug
30
comment Why is the physical space equivalent to $\mathbb{R}^3$
Isn't the topological structure inherited from its algebraic structure, I mean the metric on $\mathbb{R}$ is $|a-b|$ which is defined according to its algebraic structure
Aug
30
comment Why is the physical space equivalent to $\mathbb{R}^3$
@Mariano: But mathematicians also use this fact quite often, to represent real numbers we intuitively assume they are lying on a straight line (say, drawn on a piece of paper).