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Right now, I'm a math grad student at the University of Miami.
Jul 7 |
answered | Variations to Cayley's Embedding Theorem for Groups |
Jul 6 |
accepted | Subgroup property stronger than being characteristic |
Jul 3 |
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Subgroup property stronger than being characteristic
"without having" --> "instead of having" because "< |
Jul 3 |
answered | Fantastic properties of Z/2Z |
Jul 3 |
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Subgroup property stronger than being characteristic
Geoff, I am impressed by the nontrivial extent to which you read my mind -- I did not know the Thompson subgroup always did this, but I was trying to get a better handle on some local analysis. |
Jul 2 |
asked | Subgroup property stronger than being characteristic |
Jul 2 |
awarded | Curious |
Jun 20 |
awarded | Popular Question |
May 27 |
awarded | Enlightened |
May 27 |
awarded | Nice Answer |
May 1 |
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Non-trivial consequences of Baer's theorem and Lucchini's theorem in subnormality theory
A nice consequence I've encountered of the Baer-Suzuki theorem: |
Apr 24 |
answered | Results about the existence of solutions in groups |
Apr 17 |
answered | Variations to Cayley's Embedding Theorem for Groups |
Apr 8 |
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Conjugation Quandles and… “Quandle-Groups”? From quandles to Groups
I am not sure how well this pans out, but the natural group to start working from would be the subgroup of $S_{|Q|}$ generated by actions of elements of $Q$ on $Q$. |
Mar 5 |
awarded | Nice Question |
Feb 3 |
awarded | Necromancer |
Jan 29 |
awarded | Yearling |
Nov 23 |
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What are these subgroups called?
(And I removed superfluous elements of my reasoning.) |
Nov 23 |
revised |
What are these subgroups called?
re-inserted line break before parenthetical remark |
Nov 23 |
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What are these subgroups called?
Yes. Yes it is. I logged in because I just realized this. |