Monthly Archives: June 2004


I haven’t been doing too much since I got home last week. I managed to get a used copy of Glazman and Ljubic’s Finite-Dimensional Linear Analysis from an online bookstore. This book is unusual in that it has no proofs … Continue reading

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This post is long overdue, so I wouldn’t be surprised if this entry turns out to be rather lengthy. First, last weekend I went to ARML. That was a wonderful way to take the weekend off and get out of … Continue reading

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I will be back in the Bay Area in 22 hours. How exciting. There is still much to do: I need to pack, finish my differential geometry homework, and finish my analysis final. It will get done easily, but I … Continue reading

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41


Congratulations again to the Great Internet Mersenne Prime Search for the discovery of a 41st Mersenne prime. 2^24036583-1 is prime. It was amusing sending people instant messages that said nothing but “41” to see what their reactions would be. Apparently … Continue reading

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