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revised Experimental Mathematics
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Apr
26
revised chromatic polynomial of G - Join graph
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Apr
26
suggested approved edit on chromatic polynomial of G - Join graph
Apr
26
comment chromatic polynomial of G - Join graph
As you can see $G^$ does not render correctly: $G^$. Perhaps you could use something like $G\widehat{\phantom{a}}$ $G\widehat{\phantom{a}}$ to typeset what you want? (Perhaps somebody who has more experience with TeX will have a better suggestion.)
Apr
25
revised Factor group lemma
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Apr
25
suggested approved edit on Factor group lemma
Apr
23
revised How to understand Taubes' moduli space of holomorphic curves?
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Apr
23
suggested approved edit on How to understand Taubes' moduli space of holomorphic curves?
Apr
22
revised when a prime ideal is maximal differential ideal in a UFD
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Apr
22
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Apr
19
revised Integration of Bessel Function of the first kind
typo in the title
Apr
19
revised On the weakly sequential completeness of the dual of the James space $J$
added top level tag (and Wikipedia link)
Apr
19
suggested approved edit on Integration of Bessel Function of the first kind
Apr
19
suggested approved edit on On the weakly sequential completeness of the dual of the James space $J$
Apr
18
revised Is there an elementary way to find the integer solutions to $x^2-y^3=1$?
added MathJax (the question has been bumped anyway by a new answer)
Apr
18
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Apr
16
revised A finite supersolvable group with generators of prescribed order
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Apr
16
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Apr
8
comment Are the extremal points of a certain set of functions $\mathcal P(\mathbf N) \to \bf R$ weakly additive?
@SalvoTringali Maybe I misunderstood your last comment, but I will remind you that KM does not say that the set is convex hull of its extreme points but that it is closure of this convex hull. So it is possible that we do not get all upper densities by taking all convex combinations of the extremal ones. (But it would still be a dense subset.)
Apr
8
comment Are the extremal points of a certain set of functions $\mathcal P(\mathbf N) \to \bf R$ weakly additive?
Edited. I hope I did not miss something in the above argument and typos and terminology will be the only problems.