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Thinking and Explaining

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Isogeny classes of elliptic curves

15 votes

Roadmap for studying arithmetic geometry

13 votes

Geometric meaning of fiber of modular parameterization over a point of an elliptic curve?

13 votes

Deducing BSD from Gross-Zagier and Kolyvagin

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Average rank of elliptic curves over $\mathbb{Q}$

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Atkin-Lehner involution and class number

10 votes

Stacks in modern number theory/arithmetic geometry

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The significance of modularity for all Galois representations

10 votes

Demonstrating that rigour is important

10 votes

Taking lecture notes in lectures

10 votes
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Numbers divisible only by primes of the form 4k+1

9 votes

Books about history of recent mathematics

8 votes

Is the number of twists of a curve with a section in a given field finite

8 votes
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"Bad" reduction of Shimura curves via dual graphs

8 votes
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Supersingular Elliptic Curves with rational isogeny?

7 votes

ramified quaternion algebras

7 votes

Rational Isogenies of Prime Degree

7 votes
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Intersection of Hilbert class fields of imaginary quadratic fields

7 votes
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Two questions on isomorphic elliptic curves

7 votes
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Degree 2 branched map from the torus to the sphere

6 votes

Effective theta characteristics

6 votes

Open problems with monetary rewards

6 votes
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How does a moduli interpretation give an analytic object an algebraic structure?

5 votes

How do you find the genus of a Fuchsian group derived from a quaternion algebra?

5 votes
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Can one bound the Quadratic Points on Curves?

5 votes

Cubic forms and Hasse Principle

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Uniform bounds for the order of a rational torsion point on CM elliptic curves

5 votes

Volumes of fundamental domains of maximal orders in definite quaternion algebras over Q

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elliptic curves with and without CM