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Jul 18 |
awarded | Popular Question |
Jul 2 |
awarded | Inquisitive |
Jul 2 |
awarded | Curious |
Jun 17 |
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Why differential forms are important?
fixed title's grammar |
Jun 16 |
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A question about “local” versus “global” large cardinal axioms
More obviously, I would imagine that things of the form "there exists a proper class of ..." are almost always global. $\;$ |
May 17 |
awarded | Benefactor |
May 17 |
revised |
Limit Toward Discontinuous Point of Dirichlet Boundary Value
fixed grammar and changed spacing |
May 16 |
awarded | Nice Question |
May 16 |
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Are there “non-constructive” sets in second-order arithmetic?
If I understand Shoenfield absoluteness right, then "ZFC proves" can be replaced with "ZF proves". $\hspace{.57 in}$ |
May 8 |
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In what topological abelian groups does convergence to zero imply summability?
I'm pretty sure addition is not continuous on "the real line with the cocountable topology". $\hspace{1.18 in}$ |
May 7 |
asked | In what topological abelian groups does convergence to zero imply summability? |
May 4 |
awarded | Yearling |
Apr 28 |
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Example: a locally convex TVS which is not compactly generated
"uniform convergence on finite subsets" is also known as "pointwise convergence". $\hspace{1.37 in}$ |
Apr 21 |
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Are the higher homotopy groups of the Hawaiian earring trivial?
@LiorSilberman : $\:$ I thought that standard facts about covering spaces only $\hspace{1.67 in}$ needed "semi-locally simply connected". $\;\;\;\;$ |
Apr 4 |
accepted | Can non-isomorphic field extensions be isomorphic fields? |
Apr 4 |
asked | Can non-isomorphic field extensions be isomorphic fields? |
Mar 26 |
revised |
Do all $L^{\infty}(\mu)$ spaces have the Grothendieck property?
copy-editing |
Mar 26 |
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Minimum Spanning Tree of Graph with Unknown Weights
Is the graph directed? $\:$ If no, then there are only $(n\cdot (n\hspace{-0.04 in}-\hspace{-0.05 in}1))/2$ edge weights. $\;\;\;\;$ |
Mar 9 |
accepted | $n$-in-a-row game on $\mathbb{R}^2$ |
Mar 3 |
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Starting Hilbert's Program on the other end
@LucasK. : $\:$ If you can't drop them, then they're not unnecessary. $\;\;\;\;$ |