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comment Diffusion Equation
I would also suggest that you do your homework yourself or ask your instructor for guidance.
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comment Diffusion Equation
This question appears to be off-topic because we are not a site or a community that does your homework for you.
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revised Diffusion Equation
removed erroneous tags
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reviewed Leave Open If 2-manifolds are homeomorphic and smooth, are they diffeomorphic?
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reviewed Leave Open Is elliptic curve point division defined over the field of real numbers?
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reviewed Leave Open “Productively normal” space
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comment Mathematical induction understanding
This question is off-topic: see mathoverflow.net/help/on-topic for an explanation why
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reviewed Looks OK 'etale topology
Nov
20
comment Rational Conjugacy Classes of Finite Groups
Perhaps this later question mathoverflow.net/questions/187529/… is related?
Nov
20
comment Rational conjugation of elements of a finite group
An earlier question which may be related to this one? mathoverflow.net/questions/186581/…
Nov
19
reviewed Close Robotics, Cryptography, and Genetics applications of Grothendieck's work?
Nov
19
reviewed Reopen not Gauss sum with the same magnitude
Nov
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comment What makes the amenability of Thompsons group $F$ such a tricky problem?
@DavidLHarden Also, see this from Tobias's question: "some aspect that makes so many serious mathematicians convince themselves that they have a solution, and so many other serious mathematicians to take so long to find the errors?"
Nov
19
comment What makes the amenability of Thompsons group $F$ such a tricky problem?
@DavidLHarden I am not sure I agree with your comment. The key feature of the problem for Thompson F is that people have made serious claims for and against its amenability. This distinguishes it from problems like Jacobian conjecture, Collatz, RH etc where most failed attempts seek a positive answer
Nov
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reviewed Leave Open not Gauss sum with the same magnitude
Nov
18
comment Contractively complemented subspaces of $c_0(I)$
"Has" is correct; "have" is not. (So I have rolled back your change)
Nov
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revised Contractively complemented subspaces of $c_0(I)$
rolled back to a previous revision
Nov
18
comment Polyhedron and Euclidean space
This question should be closed because the poster wants other people to supply answers for use in a contest
Nov
17
reviewed Close Tetris in 3D with 5 units
Nov
17
comment Literature on ellipses
This question might be more suited to math.stackexchange.com which is geared towards general questions in maths. (MO is geared towards questions and answers for academic researchers in mathematics)