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comment Product of Sums Minimzation. Please help!
@SaaqibMahmuud By looking at the tag (boolean-algebra) I guess he means $\neg z$, the complement, by $z!$. But, Guest, you should clarify your notation in any way. What are $x,y,z$? What $+$? What $\cdot$? What $!$?
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comment Equivalent definitions of the sheafification of a presheaf
By definition, ${\rm Im}(\phi_{\mathcal F})_x$ is the direct limit of the $\phi_{\mathcal F}(V)\bigl(\mathcal F(V)\bigr)$ as $V \to x$, so each element is represented by an $\phi_{\mathcal F}(V)(s)$ with $s \in \mathcal F(V)$.
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comment how to integrate a function on a n-dim domain
Oh ... I lost my $\frac 12$ ... will correct.
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