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comment Burnside's Lemma, applications
Haha, and I appreciate it very much but if you could you could give me the quality math stuff too, it looks fancy on paper.
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comment Burnside's Lemma, applications
A subgroup you mean? and if it was to make it more mathematical, would there be a way?
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comment Burnside's Lemma, applications
gyazo.com/c6d513e5e79bcccbb2d1056cf0420abe this is all I've found that might shed a light on the situation..
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comment Burnside's Lemma, applications
How would you do the second part? proof that Gc is a subgroup of G.
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comment Pólya's Enumeration formula and isomers
And how did you come down to this set?
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comment Pólya’s Enumeration Theorem and chemical compounds
Could you give me an example of the four permutations?
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comment Pólya’s Enumeration Theorem and chemical compounds
I understand. There's this another that I need some help with as well. math.stackexchange.com/questions/238116/…
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Where did you get that 1/4(a1^8+3a2^4) ? and where do I substitute? Thank you for the help so far and why the 1+Z?
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comment Functions and injection,bijection,surjection of composition
A function x is surjective if there is only one element corresponding in y, hence f(x)=y. Right?
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