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57 votes

Reference request: Examples of research on a set with interesting properties which turned out to be the empty set

41 votes

Prominent non-mathematical work of mathematicians

33 votes

Prominent non-mathematical work of mathematicians

26 votes

Widely accepted mathematical results that were later shown to be wrong?

25 votes

Prominent non-mathematical work of mathematicians

20 votes

Reference request: Examples of research on a set with interesting properties which turned out to be the empty set

19 votes

Prominent non-mathematical work of mathematicians

19 votes

$\frac{\sigma(n)}{n} < e \ln \ln (n)$ is true?

17 votes

Ron L. Graham’s lesser known significant contributions

10 votes

Examples of interesting false proofs

9 votes

Rediscovery of lost mathematics

8 votes
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A modern reference to the Zsigmondy Theorem

7 votes

Surprising properties of closed planar curves

7 votes

Famous cases of multiple papers by the same author published in same issue of same journal

6 votes

Autobiographies of mathematicians

6 votes
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Are <sum, product, N> triplets unique and hard to solve?

5 votes
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To cut a triangle into $n$ $p$-sided polygonal regions

5 votes

Autobiographies of mathematicians

4 votes

Finite fast tests for periodicity of certain matrices

4 votes

Linear independence of algebraic integers of equal norm

3 votes
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Property of convex polygons on integer lattice structures

3 votes

Prominent non-mathematical work of mathematicians

3 votes

Polynomials for the alternating group $A_n$

3 votes

Natural number solutions for equations of the form $\frac{a^2}{a^2-1} \cdot \frac{b^2}{b^2-1} = \frac{c^2}{c^2-1}$

3 votes
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Maximum in solution set to a Diophantine equation related to unit fractions

3 votes
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The number of perfect squares which can occur in an arithmetic progression of length n

2 votes
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Upper bounds for difference of entries between matrices and their inverses in $\mathsf{GL}_k(\mathbb Z)$

2 votes

Arithmetic progressions, given a prime

2 votes

Triangle angle bisectors, trisectors, quadrisectors, …

2 votes
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Comparing densities of different gapped primes (twin, cousin, sexy...)