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 Feb 25 revised Calculating the inverse components of the Fubini-Study Metric. Added further clarification Feb 25 revised Calculating the inverse components of the Fubini-Study Metric. Fixed missing conjugation and further clarification Feb 25 revised Calculating the inverse components of the Fubini-Study Metric. Fixed missing conjugation Feb 25 revised Calculating the inverse components of the Fubini-Study Metric. Incorrect code Feb 25 revised Calculating the inverse components of the Fubini-Study Metric. Missing a word Feb 25 answered Calculating the inverse components of the Fubini-Study Metric. Jul 14 accepted Defining the coboundary map $\delta_*$ on the Sheaf Cech Cohomology groups Jul 13 awarded Teacher Jul 12 answered Defining the coboundary map $\delta_*$ on the Sheaf Cech Cohomology groups Jul 12 revised Defining the coboundary map $\delta_*$ on the Sheaf Cech Cohomology groups More clarity Jul 12 asked Defining the coboundary map $\delta_*$ on the Sheaf Cech Cohomology groups May 20 accepted Show that $[l_1 \cdot l_2 \cdot l_3 ] = [l_1 + l_2 + l_3] \in H_1(X)$ The first Homology group of X May 19 revised Show that $[l_1 \cdot l_2 \cdot l_3 ] = [l_1 + l_2 + l_3] \in H_1(X)$ The first Homology group of X further part of the question May 19 comment Show that $[l_1 \cdot l_2 \cdot l_3 ] = [l_1 + l_2 + l_3] \in H_1(X)$ The first Homology group of X the $\cdot$ represents the usual path concatenation, whilst the addition $+$. I was hoping it was a conventional thing, as I guess that's where my confusion was coming from. I shall add additional parts of the question which may shed more light on the problem. May 19 asked Show that $[l_1 \cdot l_2 \cdot l_3 ] = [l_1 + l_2 + l_3] \in H_1(X)$ The first Homology group of X Nov 10 awarded Tumbleweed Nov 3 revised Find K and $\rho$ such that $|f_s| \leq K \rho^{-s}$ , with $f(z) = f_0 + f_1 z + \dots + f_s z^{s} + \dots$ added clarity Nov 3 asked Find K and $\rho$ such that $|f_s| \leq K \rho^{-s}$ , with $f(z) = f_0 + f_1 z + \dots + f_s z^{s} + \dots$ Oct 13 awarded Supporter Oct 3 comment Proving $\frac{e^{z^2}}{\sqrt{\pi}}\int_{-\infty}^{z}e^{-t^2}dt$ is bounded for $\Re(z) \leq 0$ You need a reputation of at least 15 and I'm afraid I'm new here and only have 8. I've tried already.