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I am a low dimensional topologist.
Jul 4 |
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Universal covering space for non-semilocally simply connected spaces
Welcome to MO! I made some edits to your post that show off the features of this site. First, I formatted your answer with some LaTeX. It's the standard on this site to include this kind of formatting, because it makes your answers a little more readable. Also, I included a link to the paper you referenced in your post. It's good to try and include a link, especially when the paper is freely available. I look forward to reading your future posts! |
Jul 4 |
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Universal covering space for non-semilocally simply connected spaces
Included LaTex formatting and website links, minor changes to the grammar. |
Jul 4 |
suggested | suggested edit on Universal covering space for non-semilocally simply connected spaces |
Jul 4 |
answered | Knot invariants in 3-manifolds that are not $\mathbb{R}^3$ or $S^3$ or $B^3$? |
Jul 1 |
awarded | Revival |
Jul 1 |
answered | Looking for software that computes intersection numbers (Heegaard Diagrams) |
Jun 30 |
revised |
How to tell if two or more knots are linked
Fixed minor typos; improved description of the function f. |
Jun 25 |
reviewed | Reviewed Ring Sandwiched between PIDs |
Jun 25 |
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Ring Sandwiched between PIDs
With the added hypothesis in the comments, this question is a duplicate of: math.stackexchange.com/questions/137876/… |
Jun 25 |
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Help on step of “The real numbers are uncountable” proof
Hi Andrew, this question is likely to be migrated to mathstackexchange because this site is for research level mathematics. While that is happening you might take a look at some of the places your question is talked about there: math.stackexchange.com/questions/642142/…. Also, there are a number of other sources that might give you a different perspective on this argument. Several books come to mind, but I am a fan of Burger and Starbird's "Heart of Mathematics." Good luck with the rest of your course in Real Analysis. |
Jun 23 |
revised |
How to tell if two or more knots are linked
added 27 characters in body |
Jun 23 |
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Do homeomorphic complements give homotopic knots?
Thank you for pointing this out. |
Jun 23 |
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Do homeomorphic complements give homotopic knots?
Added the edit. |
Jun 23 |
answered | On the fundamental group of closed 3-manifolds |
Jun 23 |
answered | How to tell if two or more knots are linked |
Jun 10 |
answered | Do homeomorphic complements give homotopic knots? |
Jun 6 |
reviewed | Reviewed Brief Introduction to Modular Forms |
Jun 6 |
reviewed | Reviewed Brief Introduction to Modular Forms |
Apr 24 |
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Which finite groups can be characterized by their subgroup orders?
You might consider checking your question against the data here: madore.org/~david/math/simplegroups.html |
Apr 24 |
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Triangle groups
Jeff Weeks' Kalediotile is a program that handles visualization of the action of these groups as well. It's available here: geometrygames.org/KaleidoTile/index.html |