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comment Visualising Sylvester's law
But then what is the geometric interpretation ? Could you edit your answer so that it is more structured
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comment Visualising Sylvester's law
Could you illustrate one example in detail using the answer of mjqxxxx ? So that I will know how to proceed
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comment Visualising Sylvester's law
Could you just include one geometric interpretation ? So that I know how to proceed with the others ?
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comment Visualising Sylvester's law
Thank you for your answer. But I am still having a problem with the second part of the question. With the description. I think I can manage the representation but could you help with the orbits
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comment Visualising Sylvester's law
@AsafKaragila Good one :-)
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comment Visualising Sylvester's law
@julien Est-ce que vous pouvez m'aider ?
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comment Group classification generated by two elements
The OP asked for a complete solution though ;)
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comment Integrals for children
@MichaelHoppe I didn't mean defining an actual integral but the idea behind it.
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comment Integrals for children
Child : 10 year old
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accepted Property on path-components
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asked Property on path-components
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accepted Property related to path connected
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comment Property related to path connected
@StenH. So we can't have both a and b. And the partition is deduced from the fact that there is an equivalence relation defined on S
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comment Property related to path connected
I am asking how to show that every subset $S$ is partitioned into path-connected subsets with the property that two points in different subsets cannot be connected by a path in $S$. I already showed that $\sim$ is an equivalence relation. How do we continue from there. Thank you