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answered Theorems Implying their Own Generalization
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comment Category-theoretic description of the real numbers
@goblin I'm not quite sure what you are asking.
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comment Any subspace of connected set is connected?
some consider $\emptyset$ to be not connected, nor disconnected, much like the status of $1$ and primality. The reason is that some theorem become a bit cleaner to state (e.g., a space is then the union of connected subspaces, uniquely up to an ordering of the subspaces).
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answered Trouble understanding Borel sets definition
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comment Notions of groups acting on groups
Thanks @Thomas for the very clear answer.
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asked Notions of groups acting on groups
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comment Vector space that can be made into a Banach space but not a Hilbert space
ah, I understand your question now.
Jan
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comment Vector space that can be made into a Banach space but not a Hilbert space
Which norms on $\mathbb R^n$ do you know? Every heard of the $\ell_p$ norm? If $p\ne 2$, then its not coming from an inner product.
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comment How to pronounce mathematical words correclty
I would say that such questions do belong on this site.
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answered Categorifiying Implication
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answered The complement of a first category set in X is a set of second category.
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comment Computer Science in mathematical setting
thansk @DavidRicherby I added 'complexity'
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answered complex analysis, connected set,
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revised Why don't we define “imaginary” numbers for every “impossibility”?
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