Reputation
1,557
Top tag
Next privilege 2,000 Rep.
Edit questions and answers
Badges
1 8 20
Newest
 Yearling
Impact
~74k people reached

Sep
19
comment Restricting a natural isomorphism
Also note that I misunderstand something related with this: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/…
Sep
19
comment Restricting a natural isomorphism
It seems that you have misunderstood my question (or rather that I asked it wrongly). I have edited the question. Does your thesis hold nevertheless?
Sep
19
revised Restricting a natural isomorphism
added 63 characters in body
Sep
19
asked Restricting a natural isomorphism
Sep
19
revised A construction on boolean lattices is itself a boolean lattice?
special cases of the question of the conjecture
Sep
19
revised A construction on boolean lattices is itself a boolean lattice?
math typo
Sep
19
asked A construction on boolean lattices is itself a boolean lattice?
Sep
18
accepted Does there exist a boolean lattice without atoms?
Sep
18
comment non-atomic complete Boolean lattice
Please explain what "mod out" means
Sep
18
asked Does there exist a boolean lattice without atoms?
Sep
16
comment Another probability combinatorics problem inspired by Bible
@MichaelHardy It seems that I have forgotten school biology. You are right (accordingly what I've read on the Web after your note), parts of chromosomes recombine (however this happens in egg and sperms cell when they are formed, not when they "merge"). This renders my entire idea completely wrong. However, a mathematical wordproblem remains valid
Sep
16
comment Another probability combinatorics problem inspired by Bible
@MichaelHardy I am not a biologist, but as far as I know, individual genes in a chromosome are always present together. In other words, a chromosome is never split in lesser parts (such as genes). So your point is not valid
Sep
16
comment Another probability combinatorics problem inspired by Bible
@Titus Thanks, this was my error, I've edited the question
Sep
16
revised Another probability combinatorics problem inspired by Bible
corrected simple math
Sep
16
comment Another probability combinatorics problem inspired by Bible
@Titus This was already considered in comments to my first question math.stackexchange.com/questions/1438565/…
Sep
16
revised Another probability combinatorics problem inspired by Bible
added 34 characters in body
Sep
16
asked Another probability combinatorics problem inspired by Bible
Sep
2
asked About a curve and its direction at every point
Aug
27
accepted An endomorphism $f$ such that $f\circ f=1$
Aug
6
comment Notation about commutative diagrams and their vertices
@RobArthan But I need to explicitly refer to different vertices in my proof text. Well, maybe I should just say like "top right" node of the square diagram?