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revised Information needed to distinguish combinatorially isomorphic polytopes (up to affine equivalence)
clarified what I meant by "characterize"
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comment Information needed to distinguish combinatorially isomorphic polytopes (up to affine equivalence)
Thanks... I mean characterize up to affine transformations. Question edited.
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asked Information needed to distinguish combinatorially isomorphic polytopes (up to affine equivalence)
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accepted Does this isomorphism between Galois groups hold for transcendental extensions?
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comment Does this isomorphism between Galois groups hold for transcendental extensions?
Oh dear, I do apologise...I appear to have mixed up my $M$'s and my $L$'s. As it was the question made no sense, so sorry for wasting your time. Serves me right for posting questions so late at night... I have edited the question - hopefully it is clear now.
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revised Does this isomorphism between Galois groups hold for transcendental extensions?
fixed typos, made question clearer
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asked Does this isomorphism between Galois groups hold for transcendental extensions?
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comment Does there exist a 3-connected, chordal graph which is not globally rigid?
thanks, much appreciated.
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accepted Does there exist a 3-connected, chordal graph which is not globally rigid?
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asked Does there exist a 3-connected, chordal graph which is not globally rigid?
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comment Is a non-disjoint union of connected matroids always connected?
How does one show transitivity of $\sim$?
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revised Is a non-disjoint union of connected matroids always connected?
changed wording of title for consistency with question
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comment Is a non-disjoint union of connected matroids always connected?
Thanks for the swift response. Surprising that such a fundamental result doesn't seem to appear in any textbooks.
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accepted Is a non-disjoint union of connected matroids always connected?