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 Jan 6 awarded Yearling Sep 20 awarded Notable Question May 13 awarded Self-Learner Feb 10 comment Find value of K? So what have you learnt about choosing things? Also, have you tried working out how many ways there would be of selecting $K$ coupons if $K=1,2,3,4$? Jan 6 awarded Yearling Aug 6 awarded Popular Question Jul 2 awarded Curious Feb 12 comment Character Table of the Monster Excellent, thanks for that. Feb 12 accepted Character Table of the Monster Feb 12 comment Character Table of the Monster Sorry, I probably should extrapolate a tiny bit, I need to do calculations with it involving the entries for elements of order 2, hence only need the character degrees and the values for 2A and 2B, but don't really want to enter these manually from the Atlas! Feb 12 asked Character Table of the Monster Jan 31 revised Order of a permutation using its cycle decomposition Added tags permutations and finite-groups Jan 31 suggested approved edit on Order of a permutation using its cycle decomposition Jan 6 awarded Yearling Dec 27 accepted Producing a set of matrices in MAGMA Dec 27 revised Intuition and Tricks - Hard Overcomplex Proof - Order of Subgroup of Cyclic Subgroup - Fraleigh p. 64 Theorem 6.14 added finite-groups and cyclic-groups tags Dec 27 suggested approved edit on Intuition and Tricks - Hard Overcomplex Proof - Order of Subgroup of Cyclic Subgroup - Fraleigh p. 64 Theorem 6.14 Dec 27 answered Intuition and Tricks - Hard Overcomplex Proof - Order of Subgroup of Cyclic Subgroup - Fraleigh p. 64 Theorem 6.14 Dec 20 accepted Terminology for a type of indecomposable module Dec 19 comment Terminology for a type of indecomposable module Viewing them from a ring-theoretic viewpoint, calling them local modules would be natural. However, I have seen the term local module refer to this situation where $R$ is a local ring. Maybe this could be where quasi-local modules are different?