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 Nov 12 answered Comparison of almost planar graphs Sep 28 comment Extending a partial order to antichains Thanks for this remark! In my answer I was implicitly thinking about finite posets, even though the question was more general. I rephrased accordingly. Sep 28 revised Extending a partial order to antichains finiteness Mar 11 awarded Autobiographer Nov 25 awarded Revival Jul 8 comment Undistinguishable elements in posets Thanks again for pointing this out! Jul 8 accepted Undistinguishable elements in posets Jul 8 comment Undistinguishable elements in posets @YannPequignot: You are entirely right, my "indistinguishable sets" are exactly this notion of interval, thanks a lot for pointing this out. Please post your comment as an answer and I will accept it. Thanks! :) Jul 2 awarded Curious Jul 1 awarded Yearling Jul 1 asked Undistinguishable elements in posets May 20 awarded Scholar May 20 accepted Extending a partial order to antichains May 13 comment Small posets with prescribed number of linear extensions @talegari: No I mean that their sizes (number of elements) should be $O(\log n)$. May 13 revised Small posets with prescribed number of linear extensions more precise phrasing May 13 asked Small posets with prescribed number of linear extensions May 15 awarded Commentator May 15 comment Prove (without quoting any theorems) that polynomials on [0,1] are continous I don't understand the point of the first question. Shouldn't you replace $P([0, 1])$ by $C^0[0, 1]$ in this question? You can then combine both questions to show the desired result. (What your version of the first question asks you to prove is true but I fail to see where you will need to use it.) May 14 awarded Caucus Feb 12 comment Width of a product of chains Thanks a lot for this detailed answer! Is this new, or are those results from an existing source?