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Submultiplicative matrix norm: Max Norm
Mar
18
comment
Two Hspace structures on S^3 and [X,S^3] different as groups for each: Explicit Example?
Good point, and not one I have resolved yet. I sort of answered the question I thought you asked, not the one you did ask. Still thinking.
Mar
17
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Two Hspace structures on S^3 and [X,S^3] different as groups for each: Explicit Example?
Mar
6
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Reject
nontrivial theorems with trivial proofs
Jan
29
awarded
Yearling
Jan
16
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Nice Question
Jan
10
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Approve
Reference request for generalization of groups with out identity element?
Dec
16
revised
Polynomials of low degree that clone polynomials of higher degree
clarified second condition
Dec
14
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Tumbleweed
Dec
11
revised
A sumofdeterminants identity
[Edit removed during grace period]
Dec
10
answered
A sumofdeterminants identity
Dec
10
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Whitehead for maps
Dec
10
revised
Can a subset of the plane have nontrivial $H_2$ or $\pi_2$?
Spelling
Dec
10
awarded
Populist
Dec
10
awarded
Good Answer
Dec
9
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Mortarboard
Dec
9
awarded
Nice Answer
Dec
9
answered
Can a subset of the plane have nontrivial $H_2$ or $\pi_2$?
Dec
9
answered
Hausdorff spaces such that every subset is a retract
Dec
7
asked
LusternikSchnirelmann category of rational spaces of infinite type
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