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comment Is the additive group of real numbers (R,+) compact?
The exponential function does not go from $T$ to $R$. It goes from $R$ to $T$.
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comment Is the additive group of real numbers (R,+) compact?
@PeterTamaroff: I'm not sure what "necessary" could possibly mean in this context.
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reviewed Reject suggested edit on Units of Hamming, and Euclidean distance
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comment Is the additive group of real numbers (R,+) compact?
I'm talking about the real numbers with their standard topology. If you're putting some other topology on them, then my answer doesn't apply. As to your argument, it's incomprehensible gibberish.