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Graduate student at Purdue
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Is there a finite set of primes such that if K over Q is completely split at all those primes then it is Q?
This is a great answer emphasizing many number-theory results. Thanks! |
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awarded | Curious |
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awarded | Good Question |
Feb
27 |
asked | Clarification about Tits' article in the Corvallis |
Feb
14 |
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Examples of non-split algebraic groups
@user76758 - I was sloppy but I thought there is no confusion, since Humphreys' comment said minimally but I edited the question. Could you suggest a reference where I can find about unit groups of CSAs that you mention? (PS: $E\cap E'$ is ill-posed too :) ) |
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Examples of non-split algebraic groups
made more precise |
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14 |
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Examples of non-split algebraic groups
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Feb
14 |
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Examples of non-split algebraic groups
Keerthi: Sorry for the error, I really meant $v \not\in S$. Also could you give a reference for the statement "For almost all p, G has a smooth reductive model over Z_p". Thanks. |
Feb
14 |
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Examples of non-split algebraic groups
Thanks Prof. Humphreys, I edited the question - yes, in both cases. |
Feb
14 |
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Examples of non-split algebraic groups
added hypotheses based on Jim Humphreys' comment. |
Feb
14 |
asked | Examples of non-split algebraic groups |
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13 |
awarded | Notable Question |
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awarded | Investor |
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awarded | Favorite Question |
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awarded | Caucus |
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awarded | Popular Question |
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Modern Mathematical Achievements Accessible to Undergraduates
This cannot possibly be correct because it doesn't add up modulo 10. But yes, Elkies has results in a similar flavor. |
Feb
24 |
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Exercise in Milne's CFT notes
Nice argument, thanks! |
Feb
24 |
accepted | Exercise in Milne's CFT notes |