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comment Lecture notes for measure theoretic probability theory
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accepted Power series centered at $x =0$
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comment Power series centered at $x =0$
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asked Power series centered at $x =0$
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accepted find F'(x) for the given F(x)
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asked find F'(x) for the given F(x)
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comment What can conclude about $[G:H]$?
@ Arthur: I'm trying to use these equivalent statements to prove that the coset of H is only the identity.
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comment What can conclude about $[G:H]$?
can we have $[G:H] \geq n$ where $n = |G|$ ?
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comment What can conclude about $[G:H]$?
@ Arthur: The theory at hand says "if H is a subgroup of a group G, and a,b \in G, then the following four conditions are equivalent: 1- $ab^-1 \in H$ 2- $a = hb$ for some $h \in H$ 3- $a \in Hb$ 4- $Ha = Hb$ As a consequence, the right coset of $H$ to wich a belongs is $Ha$
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comment What can conclude about $[G:H]$?
@ Alex Kruckman: I meant to specify the elements that exist in the coset
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comment What can conclude about $[G:H]$?
@ Arthur: $a, b \in G$
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asked What can conclude about $[G:H]$?
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reviewed Approve suggested edit on Find the number of cosets$ [G:H] $?
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comment Find the number of cosets$ [G:H] $?
@ T.Bongers: Thank you so much for the help. I really appreciate it. You review saved me some terrific future mistakes
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comment Find the number of cosets$ [G:H] $?
@ T.Bongers : I have to delete my answer.
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accepted Find the number of cosets$ [G:H] $?