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Oct 16 |
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Is a rigid cycle a chordal graph?
What does G2(n) mean? |
Oct 15 |
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Integral representation of the function
Also posted to m.se, math.stackexchange.com/questions/974844/integral-representation |
Oct 15 |
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Integral representation of the function
typos |
Oct 14 |
awarded | Enlightened |
Oct 14 |
awarded | Nice Answer |
Oct 14 |
answered | Books on advanced galois theory |
Oct 14 |
answered | What did Rolle prove when he proved Rolle's theorem? |
Oct 13 |
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homomorphisms of abelian groups
Good question, wrong website --- we do research at MO. |
Oct 12 |
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solutions to special diophantine equations
But you are looking at $x^2+y^2+z^2=u^2+v^2+w^2$, $x+y+z=u+v+w$, which is not what OP asks about. The $z$ and $v$ should swap places in the 2nd equation. |
Oct 12 |
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solutions to special diophantine equations
You have $z$ on both sides of both equations in your update, Alexey. |
Oct 12 |
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Schoenberg's Rational Polygon Problem
Open even for 8, I think. 7 is the most anyone has found (I think). But Joseph knows that from earlier questions. |
Oct 12 |
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solutions to special diophantine equations
@Alexey, the question's not quite about multigrades --- notice that $z$ and $v$ switch sides between the two equations. |
Oct 11 |
answered | solutions to special diophantine equations |
Oct 11 |
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solutions to special diophantine equations
10, 4, 1; 8, 2, 7. |
Oct 11 |
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solutions to special diophantine equations
3, 3, 4; 5, 3, 0. |
Oct 11 |
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About the maximum degree of multivariate polynomial interpolation
typo in title |
Oct 11 |
awarded | Nice Answer |
Oct 10 |
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Zero's in the decimal representation of powers of 3
See also oeis.org/A238938 (powers of 2 without a zero in the decimal expansion). |
Oct 10 |
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Algebraic topology, Dynamical systems
"This statement is in a paper." Cite? |
Oct 9 |
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Conjecture on prime numbers
You could just take $a=d-1$. |