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comment A formula that is upwards absolute but not downwards absolute
Hey thanks for the answer. Sorry if this is a stupid question but what do you mean by $0^{\#}$ ?
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asked A formula that is upwards absolute but not downwards absolute
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comment Splitting field for $x^3+x+1$
Yeah I was not meaning $\mathbb{Z}_4$, i just used 0,1,2,3 to represent the elements of the field, which looking back would be some very misleading notation. Thanks
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accepted Splitting field for $x^3+x+1$
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asked Splitting field for $x^3+x+1$
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accepted Hilbert-Schmidt Operator
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asked Showing that the orthogonal projection in a Hilbert space is compact iff the subspace is finite dimensional
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asked Hilbert-Schmidt Operator
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revised Showing the basis of a Hilbert Space have the same cardinality
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comment Showing the basis of a Hilbert Space have the same cardinality
@martini oh dear, just looked it over, I stopped halfway through and then continued on and used different notation by mistake, sorry . thanks for the comment
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revised Showing the basis of a Hilbert Space have the same cardinality
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asked Showing the basis of a Hilbert Space have the same cardinality
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accepted Non-closed compact subspace of a non-hausdorff space
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comment Non-closed compact subspace of a non-hausdorff space
Thanks for the help (I should have realised that any topology with finitley many open sets is compact- but I didn't and it was a helpful point, so thanks) Thanks for the second example too, it really helped
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asked Orthonormal Family in a Hilbert Space
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asked Non-closed compact subspace of a non-hausdorff space
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asked Showing that $\bigcap_{n=1}^{\infty}V_n\neq \emptyset$
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comment Can one come to prove Cantor's theorem (existence of higher degree of infinities) FROM Russell's paradox?
ZF is zermelo frankelen set theory. So just a suitable axiom system that does not allow us to define sets that are "too big"
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revised Can one come to prove Cantor's theorem (existence of higher degree of infinities) FROM Russell's paradox?
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answered Can one come to prove Cantor's theorem (existence of higher degree of infinities) FROM Russell's paradox?