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#1 2009-04-17 23:33:01

Kurre
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Kurre's Exercises

#1 Solve:
a)


b)

#2 Find all functions satisfying:

#3 Find all functions satisfying:

#4 Find all functions satisfying:

#5 Let a be a given real number. Find all functions satisfying:

#6 Find all injective functions satisfying:

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#2 2009-05-04 06:45:12

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Re: Kurre's Exercises

Well I would like to change the topic to "kurres exercises" or something, but I cant, so here comes a few more that are not related to functional equations.

#7 Let


Find
expressed in A

#8 Let H be a subgroup of G. prove that the following statements are equivalent:
a) H is a normal subgroup
b) for all a,b in G,

if and only if

#9 Solve the following equation in primes p,q,r:

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#3 2009-05-04 08:50:47

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Re: Kurre's Exercises

Changed! You can edit a topic's title by editing its first post.


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It wanted to be normal.

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#4 2009-05-04 10:30:08

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Re: Kurre's Exercises

Thanks! But I still cant find a field where to edit the title? i know what u mean, i have seen it before. I thought it had been too long since i created the topic..

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#5 2009-05-04 11:03:26

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Re: Kurre's Exercises

Hmm. Maybe the software has changed then. I'm certain it used to be possible that way.
(It's how I changed the title, but I probably follow different rules)

Good point about my answer, I forgot about that detail. I can tweak it though!


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#6 2009-05-04 20:50:17

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Re: Kurre's Exercises

mathsyperson wrote:

Changed! You can edit a topic's title by editing its first post.

You can edit a thread title for something like the first five minutes after you start the thread; after that period, you can’t edit the title any more (except for moderators).

I know, it’s hard for moderators to know all the problems that non-moderators go through. neutral


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#7 2009-05-04 23:29:08

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Re: Kurre's Exercises

Thanks for clarifying!


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#8 2009-05-06 02:18:20

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Re: Kurre's Exercises

correct mathsy up

hints



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#9 2009-05-06 06:16:44

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Q: Who wrote the novels Mrs Dalloway and To the Lighthouse?

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#10 2009-05-06 06:54:14

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Why did the vector cross the road?
It wanted to be normal.

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#11 2009-05-06 08:19:49

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Re: Kurre's Exercises

nice smile


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#12 2009-05-06 08:27:55

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Q: Who wrote the novels Mrs Dalloway and To the Lighthouse?

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#13 2009-05-06 08:52:51

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Re: Kurre's Exercises

#10 let f be a function from the natural numbers to the natural numbers satisfying

if n-1>m>0. Find the least possible value of f(2009) and f(2011)

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#14 2009-05-06 09:07:40

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uhm okey that was much nicer than what I did neutral smile

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#15 2009-05-07 05:18:05

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Re: Kurre's Exercises

#11 Find all functions from the positive rational numbers to the positive rational numbers satisfying:


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#16 2009-05-08 00:15:18

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Re: Kurre's Exercises

#12
Let n be an integer with m prime factors (not necessarily distinct). suppose d|n and define

where
and
are the multiplicities for p in the prime factorization for n and d respectively. Show that:

and determine when equality occurs.

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#17 2009-05-12 03:33:32

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Re: Kurre's Exercises

Hi Kurre;

  I have been working very hard on your #7. I will continue to work on it, but in case I don't get there after a couple of weeks more. I would very much like to see your method.


In mathematics, you don't understand things. You just get used to them.
Of course that result can be rigorously obtained, but who cares?
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#18 2009-05-15 08:12:30

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Re: Kurre's Exercises

bobbym wrote:

Hi Kurre;

  I have been working very hard on your #7. I will continue to work on it, but in case I don't get there after a couple of weeks more. I would very much like to see your method.

Im really glad to hear you are working on it smile

If you want, I can post my solution.

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#19 2009-05-15 08:26:45

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Re: Kurre's Exercises

#13 Let M be a (p-1)x(p-1) matrix where p is an odd prime number and each row has each element from {1,2,3,...,p-2,p-1} exactly once. Prove that p|det(M)

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#20 2009-05-15 09:07:22

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#13 is false for p=2.


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#21 2009-05-15 09:15:43

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Re: Kurre's Exercises

mathsyperson wrote:

#13 is false for p=2.

true, forgot about that. Fixed! smile

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#22 2009-05-15 19:46:48

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Re: Kurre's Exercises

can be generalized. For each integer
,
divides the determinant of a
matrix in which each positive integer less than and coprime with
appears exactly once in each row and in each column.


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#23 2009-05-15 23:15:07

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Re: Kurre's Exercises

JaneFairfax wrote:

can be generalized. For each integer
,
divides the determinant of a
matrix in which each positive integer less than and coprime with
appears exactly once in each row and in each column.

Yea I realized that when trying to sleep yesterday tongue
edit: you dont need exactly once in the columns also

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#24 2009-05-16 02:48:54

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Re: Kurre's Exercises

#14
let

be the n roots of unity. For which n and m does it hold that:
?

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#25 2009-05-16 11:05:43

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Re: Kurre's Exercises

Incomplete answer so everyone else please continue to look

Last edited by bobbym (2009-05-16 11:11:55)


In mathematics, you don't understand things. You just get used to them.
Of course that result can be rigorously obtained, but who cares?
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