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Full time Christian, lil bit of programmer, lil bit environmentalist, lil bit artist! Currently doing my PG in Mathematics at Pondicherry Central University, Pondicherry, India.


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awarded  Scholar
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5
accepted Hypercubes and bipartite graphs not isomorphic to subgraph of k-cube
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5
comment Hypercubes and bipartite graphs not isomorphic to subgraph of k-cube
Hey, thanks for the reply! Ouch, what was I thinking when I posted it! I think I got the notion of subgraph into the bipartite graphs as well and confused myself! So, that is one example for bipartite graph which is not isomorphic to subgraph of k-cube?
Mar
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asked Hypercubes and bipartite graphs not isomorphic to subgraph of k-cube
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asked Prove that matrix $A = U^{-1}HU$ is Hermitian
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awarded  Autobiographer
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comment Examples for subspace of a normal space which is not normal
Sorry, I think (X,T) itself is not normal. By definition, any normal space should be T1, and (X,T) is not T1. For example, pick a,d. There are no neighborhoods of a and d, disjoint from each other.
Oct
25
comment Is every subset of a metric space a metric subspace?
Yes, exactly what I meant! Thanks a lot! I'm trying to find if there's any criteria to find if a normal space has a (not- closed) subspace which is not normal, now I can rule out metric spaces.
Oct
25
asked Is every subset of a metric space a metric subspace?
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awarded  Supporter
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awarded  Student
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comment Examples for subspace of a normal space which is not normal
Sorry, am a newbie, and not familiar with "first uncountable ordinal", ω1, ω etc!
Oct
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asked Examples for subspace of a normal space which is not normal