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Jul
6
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Counterexamples for strengthening Whitehead's theorem?
Jun
29
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Good Answer
Jun
20
reviewed
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Reference request: Intrinsic definition of the strong Whitney topology on $\mathcal{C}^{\infty}(M,\mathbb{R})$ without using charts or jets
Jun
9
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“Family Tree” of Theorems
You could get a welldefined graph describing the relationships between the results in a particular (traditional) exposition (i.e., textbook).
May
1
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Can every large point set be connected to a given knot?
added 169 characters in body
May
1
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Can every large point set be connected to a given knot?
Apr
28
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Popular Question
Apr
20
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Polygons with centroid at origin and vertices on compact codimension one submanifold of $\mathbb{R}^{n}\{0\}$
If true for a plane, just intersect your manifold with a general position plane and get your points. Maybe you want your points in general position, though?
Apr
1
asked
The image of the Hurewicz map for rational loop spaces
Apr
1
revised
Avoiding Fibonaccilike sequences
Fixed displayed math in question to make it meaningful; hopefully the intended question.
Mar
28
reviewed
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Submultiplicative matrix norm: Max Norm
Mar
18
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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
answered
Two Hspace structures on S^3 and [X,S^3] different as groups for each: Explicit Example?
Mar
6
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nontrivial theorems with trivial proofs
Jan
29
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Yearling
Jan
16
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Jan
10
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Reference request for generalization of groups with out identity element?
Dec
16
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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
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