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I need help in proving the following statement:
An abelian,transitive subgroup of the symmetric group Sn is cyclic,generated by an n-cycle.
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prove that the quotient space obtained by identifying the points on the southern hemisphere, is homeomorphic to the whole sphere.I am trying to define a homeomorphism between the quotient space and the sphere,and i need help doing it.
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If all columns of a matrix are unit vectors, the determinant of the matrix is less or equal 1
I am trying to prove this assertion,which i guess to be true.
can anybody help me?
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how can i show that the matrix logarithm log(I+A) is continuously differentiable on the set of matrices having operator norm less than 1.
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http://planetmath.org/matrixlogarithm
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i tried to compute the...
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Using the definition of Hausdorff measure:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hausdorff_measure
I am looking for a simple proof that Hd(C) is greater than 0, where C is the Cantor set and
d=log(2)/log(3)
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I am trying to understand why do the two versions of Hausdorff (fractal) dimension are actually the same.I refer to the definition by coverings and the definition by ratio of two logarythms.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hausdorff_measure...
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Can someone give me a link to a clear and relatively basic and short matirial introducing the notion of fractal dimension (Hausdorff dimension)?
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can the rational numbers be imbedded in a countable complete metric space X?
If D is the set of isolated points of X,then D is dense in X\D is countable complete metric space so it is homeomorphic to Q.Where am i wrong?
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I am trying to prove that any compact metric space that is also locally connected,must be locally path connected.
can someone help?
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It is clear that a countable complete metric space must have an isolated point,moreover,the set of isolated points is dense.what example is there of a countable complete metric space with points that are not isolated?
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X is a compact metric space, X/≈ is the quotient space,where the equivalence classes are the connected components of X.Prove that X/ ≈ is metrizable and zero dimensional.
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Y is zero dimensional if it has a basis consisting of clopen (closed and open at...
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. I want to prove that there is one solution for e^z-z in every shifted copy of the fundamental strip by applying the argument principle to the boundary of a rectangle −M≤Rez≤M , 2kπi≤Imz≤2(k+1)πi for large M and integer k . I need help in using the...
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Let f(z) be holomorphic in the open unit disc taking real values only on the real axis.show that f has at most one zero in the open disc.
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Rouche's theorem,the argument principle.
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obviously,f does not have non-real zero's .I...
The cartesian product ∏X = Xi of a countable family {Xi} of regular spaces is zero-dimensional
i f and only i f all spaces Xi , are zero-dimensional.
I wonder if the countability assumption is just to ensure the regularity of the product space ,or it is crucial for the clopen basis.
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Let f(z) be holomorphic in the unit disc B(0,1),such thaf f(0)=0.Prove that the series Ʃf(z^n) is locally uniformly convergence in B(0,1).
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locally uniformly convergence:if it is uniformly convergence in a neibourhood of each point of B(0,1).
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I am trying to prove the following proposition:
Let F be a closed subset of the Euclidean space Rn.Then the quotient space Rn/F is first countable if and only if the boundary of F is bounded in Rn.
Any ideas?
Let X be a metric separable metric and zero dimensional space.Then X is homeomorphic to a subset of Cantor set.
How can it be proved?
Thank's a lot,
Hedi
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how to prove that the sequences space lp is subspace of lq for p smaller than q?
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I try to imply holder inequality but meanwile unsuccesfully
Let f be a measurable nonegative function on a positive measure space,such that for every positive t,
μ{x:f(x)≥t}≤M/(t^5)
M is constant.prove that f is in the space L3(dμ)
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can someone give me a refference for the FKG inequality?
that is,
let f,g be two nondecreasing and nonegative measurable functions on a probability space.Then
∫fgdμ≥(∫fdμ)(∫gdμ)
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Let p(x,y) be a positive polynomial of degree n ,p(x,y)=0 only at the origin.Is it possible that
the quotient p(x,y)/[absolute value(x)+absval(y)]^n will have a positive lower bound in the punctured rectangle [-1,1]x[-1,1]-{(0,0)}?
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Let p(x,y) be a positive polynomial of degree n ,p(x,y)=0 only at the origin.Is it possible that
the quotient p(x,y)/[absolute value(x)+absval(y)]^n will have a positive lower bound in the punctured rectangle [-1,1]x[-1,1]-{(0,0)}?
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Let p(x,y)≥0 be a polynomial of degree n such that p(x,y)=0 only for x=y=0.Does there exist a positive constant C such that the inequality p(x,y)≥C (IxI+IyI)^n (strong inequality!) holds for all -1≤x,y≤1?
The simbol I I stands for absolute value.
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The problem is Q2 in the attached
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I am trying to determine the rigion of parameters for each number of crosses,where x and y are the distances of the center of cross from the closest line respectively,and θ is the acute...
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prove that the sequence (1+1/n)^(n+1) is monotonic decreasing
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I tried to use the binom expantion and the identity( Ck-1,n)+(Ck,n)=(Ck,n+1)
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use the Lebesgue monotone convergence theorem to prove the following equality (attached)
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Lebesgue monotone convergence theorem
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i tried to identify a suitable monotonic sequence,from power series.
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How to compute the base 3 decimal expansion of 1/4?
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I tried sums of geometric sequences,but i need a clue for the computation.