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Hello, Is there a formula for calculating a range of latitude-longitude coordinates within a certain radius of a...
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In a first countable space any point that is adherent to a set S is also the limit of a sequence in S. In my head,...
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I have an isometry between two manifolds M and N. Can someone help me why the following is true DF()=, where X,Y...
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Hi: Is there a relation between k-connectedness ( meaning 1st, 2nd,..,k-th fundamental groups are trivial.) and...
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I'm reading about a theorem that has as an assumption that the closure of some one-parameter subgroup is a torus. ...
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Sorry i wasnt able to get help in the hw department. figured id try here. 1. The problem statement, all variables...
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As a physics major I have seen in general relativity the power of modern differential geometry such as coordinate-free...
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Hi all, I have a circular helix with any point on the helix defined using the Frenet tnb triad. t- tangent, b-...
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Does a constant function have a local maximum?
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take a circle in a plane identify two opposite points we get the projected space DP1 about the homotopy...
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Here is an approach for lie derivative. And i would like to know how wrong is it. Assuming lie derivative of a...
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i'm having trouble creating a arc for check for collision similar to a grenade launcher type weapon and am not very...
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Assign to each side b of a convex polygon P the maximum area of a triangle that has b as a side and is contained in P....
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In Random Operators in Fixed point theory of functional analysis, Is there any relation between the saparable...
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I have the following problem: I'm studying a system of polynomial equations in R^n and I'm looking at the surface...
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Hello, I have found in this page an important statement about solid angles. Namely, the differential solid angle...
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Hi. I have critical points are plotted on contours, I just need to construct Reeb graph for it. Any body has got idea...
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please take a look at this image http://a.imageshack.us/img715/8526/paint2.jpg there are 2 triangles. in these...
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i have the normal vector of a polygon face, and an object i wish to align to it by rotating it on XYZ. my up vector is...
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Say I randomly give each edge of a square a direction and then I identify opposite edges, do I always come up with a...
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Hey there, My current objective is to study dynamics on compact spaces of negative curvature. This requires me to...
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proof the following using only euclidean geometry: Let S be any point inside a triangle ABC and let SP; SQ; SR be...
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Hi, Everyone: LetB: E-->X be a line bundle, with scructure group G and X has a CW -decomposition. I am...
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Hey, here is the formal question. M is a riemannian sub-manifold in N. a,b are vector fields such that for each...
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Okay, sorry another question. I know I'm being a total idiot but I'm in a brain-stick (I just made that up) and I...
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Say we have a vector field defined in R^3. That is, at every point p in R^3, we have the corresponding set (p, v(p))....
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Hello, Given two planes, P1 and P2, I would like to determine their line of intersection L. I know three points...
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So I found a web gui for helping do an toe alignment on a car. So I've been looking over the code and I see some...
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Say I pierce a paper Mobius strip with a pin and call the point on the side the pin entered the paper the point A and...
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I am struggling to get an intuitive grasp of pre-sheaves and sheaves. It would really help me if I could find some...
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I have a question about connections derived from degenerate metrics, like in Newton-Cartan. The question is simply:...
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I am wondering if the following mod 2 cohomology class which can be defined on any compact surface, has any geometric...
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Hi! I've finally decided to tackle a diff geom book, but I'm having trouble with this Problem 4/Chapter 2 from Do...
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hello, i have a clarification question: if i have a metrizable space, can any open set be written as a countable...
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Hello, I am constructing a MATLAB script to tightly pack an arbitrary given geometry with spheres of a predefined...
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The answer is pretty clearly yes, but , embarrassingly, I cannot find a good argument to this-effect. Any hints,...
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The question says: Show that if Q = x...x is a rectangle, the Q equals the closure of Int Q. The definition of...
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Let M be a manifold and let f: m -> R a Morse function. Let x be a critical point of f and assume all critical points...
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