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comment number of strings of length n with an odd number of 0's
This should help math.stackexchange.com/questions/1072881/…
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answered Topology without tears exercises 1.2 #6 i)
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answered How to count algebraic multiplicities to show $\nexists$ an eigenbasis for $A$?
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comment Is a pattern proof?
No, this [post][1] contains many examples [1]: math.stackexchange.com/questions/514/…
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comment Prove that this set is open
@drhab - I think you should keep it, it can be interesting for future readers as it is a confusing matter
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answered On convergent sequences
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comment Prove that this set is open
@drhab - It is prove! If $X=\Pi_{i=1}^{n}\mathbb{R}$ one can consider two topologies on $X$ - The product topology and the topology induced by the metric on $\mathbb{R}^{p}$. I proved that $A$ was open without relying on the fact that the two topologies on $X$ are the same since I assumed the OP does not know that
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answered Prove that this set is open
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accepted Difference between definitions of $p$-subgroup and Sylow $p$-subgroup
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asked Difference between definitions of $p$-subgroup and Sylow $p$-subgroup
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comment Topology, maps, continuity
@smits - then $f^{-1}(U)$ is closed. This condition is equivalent for the continuity of $f$
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answered Proving that $3^n<n!$ when $n\geq 7$
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answered Where could (do?) we go after exhausting greek letters?
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answered Eigen space of $T_{A}$ where $T_{A}(v)=Av$
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answered Proving that if a set is both open and closed then it is equal to the real numbers
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answered Classify $ \mathbb{Z}_9\times\mathbb{Z}_8\times\mathbb{Z}_8$/<(3,2,4)> according to the fundamental theorem of finitely generated abelian groups.
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comment Subgroups of every order dividing the order of the group imply the group is abelian?
Thank you for your answer, Can you please rephrase or explain the theorem you are taking about "if divides the order of a group with a prime, then the group has a subgroup of order " it seems to be missing a word or two and it sounds like Cauchy theorem..
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comment If $f^2$ integrable, then $|f|$ is integrable?
Don't you need to know that $|f|$ (or $f$) is integrate to begin with ? The space of which this inequality is deduced is the space of integrable functions $f$
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accepted Subgroups of every order dividing the order of the group imply the group is abelian?