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comment Proof concerning Latin squares
You are welcome. Consider reading a book about problem solving. The one which was fashionable in my time was Polya's, but there a lot of resources available on the web and in libraries.
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answered Proof concerning Latin squares
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comment Orthogonal Latin Square 6*6
See my answer for a link on the original paper. A physical copy of the journal of the French "Association for l'Avancement des Sciences" is not so easy to find outside France (where most University libraries have it).
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revised Orthogonal Latin Square 6*6
added explanations on the start of the demonstration
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answered Orthogonal Latin Square 6*6
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May
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revised Intersection of Cubic curves
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revised Different formulations of Class Field Theory
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comment Non-associative, non-commutative binary operation with a identity
what's the point of adding y if it is zero! Are you sure this was what you meant?
May
25
comment When $G'$/$G''$ and $G''$ both are cyclic groups
@Basil R: you should edit your title and question.