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A neat site featuring 750 questions of pure math from linear algebra and group theory to ring theory and module theory
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Odd Goldbach conjecture resolved.
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An alternate discrete math bible brought to you by folks at Google and MIT
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Ramanujan surprises again
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I have solved the Pisano periods, a 250 year old open problem
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The Proof of Fermat's Last Theorem [Book,pdf,140 pages]
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I wrote a Wikipedia article on the Khinchin integral: anyone care to review it?
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The different forms of complex numbers
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A cool theorem from complex analysis. It relates the roots of a cubic polynomial to the roots of its derivatives in a geometric way
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Important papers which kicked off large fields of study? Like Shannon's 1984 paper, "A Mathematical Theory of Communication"?
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I'm leveraging my self-quarantine time to transcribe my Algebraic Number Theory lecture notes
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How do you visualize exotic smoothness (exotic spheres and exotic ℝ^4)?
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A rigorous approach to quantum mechanics
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Ask PureMath: Is there an something similar to the Kahn Academy for graduate level math and/or physics?
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Down with Determinants!
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How to lose your fear of tensor products
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[META] This sub needs better moderation
2 comments ∙ ⬆︎29 ∙ ⬇︎0 ∙ posted 4 years ago
Solving An Unsolvable Math Problem.
3 comments ∙ ⬆︎31 ∙ ⬇︎0 ∙ posted 6 years ago
My first paper: A Link Splitting Spectral Sequence in Khovanov Homology
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‘Amazing’ Math Bridge Extended Beyond Fermat’s Last Theorem - Mathematicians have figured out how to expand the reach of a mysterious bridge connecting two distant continents in the mathematical world.
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How would you proof this?
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"Rethinking Set Theory": an exposition of Lawvere's Elementary Theory of the Category of Sets, an alternate axiomatization of a subset of ZFC (xpost /r/math)
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A mysterious connection between number theory, algebra and string theory?
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(cross post) Yitang Zhang was a lecturer with no research funding when he made his big discovery last year. Now a tenured professor with a MacArthur "genius" grant, he says he has "too much money"
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Terry Tao: What is a gauge?
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