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N-th Dimensional Gamma Vectors

  1. Feb 15, 2007 #1
    Since there isn't something existing for higher level geometry in this forum, I figured here would be the best place to put this. Currently I am an undergraduate at Houghton College in Western New York, specifically for mathematics. Eventually I plan on going to graduate school for a doctorate in mathematics.

    Currently, I'm working on an Honors Thesis dealing with Gamma vectors of any polyhedral shape. One question I am particularly interested in is what the Gamma Vector is for, and what purpose it serves in the physical world. There are specific qualities of the Gamma Vector that set it apart, and have made mathematicians interested for the past 40 years.
     
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