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Dec 11 |
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Is a particular type of question about certain infinite sets still being asked?
That's clever and a hard act to follow. |
Dec 11 |
accepted | Is a particular type of question about certain infinite sets still being asked? |
Dec 11 |
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Is a particular type of question about certain infinite sets still being asked?
Many thanks for your responses. I had never heard of any of these examples before. |
Dec 7 |
asked | Is a particular type of question about certain infinite sets still being asked? |
Nov 8 |
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Questions related to a previous question about interpolation based on non-decreasing polynomials
Many thanks, Bjorn, for fixing the mess I made. I was trying to start a new line beginning with several spaces, so that it would look like the start of a new paragraph. Every time I try to do this, I get into trouble. |
Nov 8 |
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Questions related to a previous question about interpolation based on non-decreasing polynomials
Please excuse this meaningless question. It is all that remains of a long question, all the rest of which got deleted. I have no idea what caused the deletion. |
Nov 8 |
asked | Questions related to a previous question about interpolation based on non-decreasing polynomials |
Oct 21 |
awarded | Good Question |
Oct 10 |
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Questions about the dimension-and other properties-of a non-separable topological space
Thanks alot for your responses and for supplying paragraphs in my text. I now recall that there exist topological manifolds which are locally homeomorphic to 3-dimensional Euclidean space and which may (possibly) contain an uncountable collection of pairwise disjoint open subsets. If so, one of these may better represent the type of space that I am seeking, than Z does. I do not know if such manifolds are homogeneous or metrizable. |
Oct 9 |
accepted | Questions about the dimension-and other properties-of a non-separable topological space |
Oct 9 |
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Questions about the dimension-and other properties-of a non-separable topological space
I would like to break up that whole pile of verbosity into separate sections or paragraphs but do not know how to do this. I tried several times but each attempt caused me to lose everything that I had written previously. |
Oct 9 |
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Questions about the dimension-and other properties-of a non-separable topological space
I would like to break up that whole pile of verbosity into |
Oct 7 |
asked | Questions about the dimension-and other properties-of a non-separable topological space |
Aug 22 |
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A question about cardinal numbers when the Axiom of Choice is absent
Many thanks, Asaf, for your response. I am amazed because I was sure the answer would be "No". |
Aug 21 |
asked | A question about cardinal numbers when the Axiom of Choice is absent |
Aug 17 |
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A question about ordinal numbers and sub-theories of ZF
Thanks for the information |
Aug 15 |
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Two questions about convex subsets of Hilbert Space
Many thanks, Christian, for this information. |
Aug 15 |
accepted | Two questions about convex subsets of Hilbert Space |
Aug 15 |
asked | Two questions about convex subsets of Hilbert Space |
Aug 15 |
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A question about ordinal numbers and sub-theories of ZF
What does "close (2)" mean? Is this question closed out? It is a rather "fuzzy" question and I can understand why some would vote to close it. Prior to asking this question, I had asked 99 questions on "mathoverflow.net". Why is the total number of my questions still listed as 99-instead of a larger number. |