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Current Sophomore in College, studying politics, civil rights law, and mathematics.


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24
awarded  Autobiographer
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2
awarded  Curious
Jun
9
awarded  Yearling
Nov
18
asked Ideas for a Project on Differential Geometry
Oct
27
accepted Reading on Mathematical Logic
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14
asked Reading on Mathematical Logic
Sep
23
awarded  Critic
Sep
11
asked Derivative with respect to the Frenet frame
Sep
11
accepted Slicker construction of the free product of groups
Sep
8
revised Slicker construction of the free product of groups
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Sep
8
comment Slicker construction of the free product of groups
For the coproduct we need an associated family of maps $\{\psi_i: G_i \to \coprod_{i \in I} G_i\}$; can we obtain these in a likewise word-free manner?
Sep
8
comment Slicker construction of the free product of groups
From where do we obtain the canonical injections then?
Sep
8
asked Slicker construction of the free product of groups
Sep
8
accepted Induced injections between free groups
Sep
8
asked Induced injections between free groups
Sep
6
accepted Question in Do Carmo 1-2
Sep
6
comment Question in Do Carmo 1-2
Yes, such that $\alpha(t_0)$ satisfies the said properties.
Sep
6
revised Question in Do Carmo 1-2
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6
asked Question in Do Carmo 1-2
Aug
22
comment Unnecessary hypothesis for a pullback in Hungerford
Perhaps I am misunderstanding the ProofWiki entry, but what in their argument avoids the issue pointed out in the Santiago Canez's answer?