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I am reading James Munkres' book, Elements of Algebraic Topology. Theorem 6.2 on page 35 concerns the homology...
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I am reading James Munkres' book, Elements of Algebraic Topology. Theorem 6.3 on page 37 concerns the homology...
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a function, say f, can be integrated m times (say m less than infinity) AND its first derivative is bounded and...
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Mathematically what does it mean to take a "2D slice of a 6D Calabi-Yau manifold"? Part of quote taken from the...
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I'm slightly confused at the proof of this theorem, hopefully someone can help. Identity theorem: Suppose X and Y...
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This picture from Visual Complex Analysis is all you need to derive the...
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Hello! I'm trying to teach myself some mathematics, and I want to see if I understand this concept correctly from...
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I am reading James Munkres' book, Elements of Algebraic Topology. Theorem 6.2 on page 35 concerns the homology...
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I asked this in the logic&probability subforum, but I thought I'd try my luck here. ...... Let (A,\mathcal A),...
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Let T: l^2 -> l^2 be bounded linear operators. K=L(l^2,l^2) be the space of T, Prove that K=L(l^2,l^2) is not...
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I am reading munkres topolgy and I am struggling with understanding the following sentence: "We say that a subset C...
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The Cauchy's differintegral formula is: \frac{d^n}{dz^n}f(z_0)=\frac{n!}{2\pi...
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I am reading Martin Crossley's book, Essential Topology. I am at present studying Example 5.55 regarding the Mobius...
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I am reading Martin Crossley's book, Essential Topology. Example 5.43 on page 74 reads as follows: ...
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Example 1 in James Munkres' book, Topology (2nd Edition) reads as follows: ...
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what the following statement exactly mean :"A topological space is a set M with a distinguished collection of...
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Hi there, Let S denote the shift operator on the Hardy space on the unit disc H^2, that is (Sf)(z)=zf(z). My...
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Let α be a Dedekind Cut. w a positive rational.How to prove that there exists a integer n such that nw is a member of...
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