# sci.math

**Julia set in 4D, webpage**,*Eric Baird***Linear map preserving positive definite matrices**,*eric_chopin***Re: Linear map preserving positive definite matrices**,*Robert Israel***Re: Linear map preserving positive definite matrices**,*eric_chopin*

**Haar measure on automorphisms groups**,*eric_chopin***pythagorean rings**,*anton . ambschel***Question about limits - stuck at proving**,*word . drunk***Re: Question about limits - stuck at proving**,*amzoti***Re: Question about limits - stuck at proving**,*Arturo Magidin***Re: Question about limits - stuck at proving**,*word . drunk*

**Complex analysis with converge.**,*mina_world***Re: Complex analysis with converge.**,*Fatal***Re: Complex analysis with converge.**,*Robert Israel*

**How to Clean Ugg Boots**,*uggol05@xxxxxxxxx***projection of schemes**,*mynameisrabbit***Re: projection of schemes**,*Mariano Suárez-Alvarez***Re: projection of schemes**,*mynameisrabbit***Re: projection of schemes**,*Mariano Suárez-Alvarez*

**Complex analysis with entire, e^(-1/z^2).**,*mina_world***A good self-study book**,*Billiam***Re: A good self-study book**,*Frederick Williams***Re: A good self-study book**,*Billiam***Re: A good self-study book**,*Frederick Williams*

**Re: A good self-study book**,*G. A. Edgar***Re: A good self-study book**,*anonymous . rubbertube***Re: A good self-study book**,*Billiam*

**Re: A good self-study book**,*MoeBlee*

**Obama Wins**,*Ross A. Finlayson***Re: Obama Wins**,*mrsmith***Re: Obama Wins**,*Jon Slaughter***Re: Obama Wins**,*galathaea***Re: Obama Wins**,*MoeBlee*

**On one-to-many transformation of RVs**,*vv***Re: On one-to-many transformation of RVs**,*Herman Rubin*

**Almost trivial remark on metric spaces**,*mrsmith***Re: Almost trivial remark on metric spaces**,*William Elliot*

**GF(81) number of primitive elements?**,*TTroy***Re: GF(81) number of primitive elements?**,*Tonico***Re: GF(81) number of primitive elements?**,*Arturo Magidin*

**Number with multiple of 7.**,*mina_world***Re: Number with multiple of 7.**,*riderofgiraffes***Re: Number with multiple of 7.**,*Tonico***Re: Number with multiple of 7.**,*Philippe 92***Re: Number with multiple of 7.**,*riderofgiraffes***Re: Number with multiple of 7.**,*Rob Johnson***Re: Number with multiple of 7.**,*Bill Dubuque*

**Re: Number with multiple of 7.**,*Richard Tobin***Re: Number with multiple of 7 and with multiple of 49**,*JEMebius*

**Algebra with order p^2, subgroup.**,*mina_world***M.Brushi's paper on Collatz generalizations**,*Mensanator***Re: M.Brushi's paper on Collatz generalizations**,*Mensanator***Re: M.Brushi's paper on Collatz generalizations**,*Gerry Myerson***Re: M.Brushi's paper on Collatz generalizations**,*Mensanator*

**Re: M.Brushi's paper on Collatz generalizations**,*Gottfried Helms***Re: M.Brushi's paper on Collatz generalizations**,*Mensanator***Re: M.Brushi's paper on Collatz generalizations**,*galathaea***Re: M.Brushi's paper on Collatz generalizations**,*Mensanator*

**--- --- Square root of an integer**,*Deep***Re: Gravity can move through itself**,*Ross A. Finlayson***HandyMan DataBase Over 1,000,000 Specs**,*scott93727g***Re: Non-polynomial factorization, critical point**,*amy666***General questions on how to prove various things in Real Analysis - basic**,*word . drunk***Want to ***, for FREE and get CASH for surfing, websites, chats, emails and more?? $$$**,*Edward Land***minimal ellipse**,*approxnn***Re: minimal ellipse**,*Robert Israel***Re: minimal ellipse**,*approxnn***Re: minimal ellipse**,*Philippe 92*

**Re: minimal ellipse**,*G. A. Edgar*

**Special sequence**,*Robert Kaufman***Re: Special sequence**,*Mariano Suárez-Alvarez***Re: Special sequence**,*Mariano Suárez-Alvarez*

**Re: Special sequence**,*Robert Kaufman*

**real numbers of decimal representation of all 1's**,*amature83@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx***Re: real numbers of decimal representation of all 1's**,*Virgil***Re: real numbers of decimal representation of all 1's**,*David R Tribble***Re: real numbers of decimal representation of all 1's**,*amature83@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx*

**Re: real numbers of decimal representation of all 1's**,*galathaea***Re: real numbers of decimal representation of all 1's**,*christian.bau*

**Circulant Matrices**,*firdaus . janoos***Re: Circulant Matrices**,*Robert Israel*

**a question about determinants**,*Raphanus***Re: a question about determinants**,*G. A. Edgar***Re: a question about determinants**,*Raphanus*

**Re: a question about determinants-**,*JEMebius*

**valuation theory of fields of finite transcendence degree over Q**,*Rupert***Information about a rule of integration**,*Eoghan***Re: Information about a rule of integration**,*Herman Rubin*

**reduced scheme**,*mynameisrabbit***Re: reduced scheme**,*mynameisrabbit***Re: reduced scheme**,*anonymous . rubbertube***Re: reduced scheme**,*mynameisrabbit***Re: reduced scheme**,*Mariano Suárez-Alvarez***Re: reduced scheme**,*mynameisrabbit***Re: reduced scheme**,*anonymous . rubbertube***Re: reduced scheme**,*mynameisrabbit***Re: reduced scheme**,*Mariano Suárez-Alvarez***Re: reduced scheme**,*anonymous . rubbertube***Re: reduced scheme**,*Mariano Suárez-Alvarez***Re: reduced scheme**,*anonymous . rubbertube*

**series expansion**,*charlescalculus_robertobaggio***Re: series expansion**,*Zdislav V. Kovarik***Re: series expansion**,*Rob Johnson***Re: series expansion**,*charlescalculus_robertobaggio*

**Calculus with double integral xe^(x^2-y^2).**,*mina_world***Algebra with maximal ideal, idempotent.**,*mina_world***Re: Algebra with maximal ideal, idempotent.**,*William Elliot*

**Right aligned smooth function**,*neo***Solvable octics x^8+ax+b = 0**,*tpiezas***Re: Solvable octics x^8+ax+b = 0**,*secondmouse***Re: Solvable octics x^8+ax+b = 0**,*secondmouse*

**proof by induction**,*matie555***Re: proof by induction**,*Arturo Magidin***Re: proof by induction**,*rossum*

**math**,*www . luxuryfashion***Goldblatt, /Topoi/: definition of exponentiation**,*Angus Rodgers***Re: Goldblatt, /Topoi/: definition of exponentiation**,*anonymous . rubbertube***Re: Goldblatt, /Topoi/: definition of exponentiation**,*Angus Rodgers***Re: Goldblatt, /Topoi/: definition of exponentiation**,*Angus Rodgers***Re: Goldblatt, /Topoi/: definition of exponentiation**,*galathaea***Re: Goldblatt, /Topoi/: definition of exponentiation**,*Marc Olschok***Re: Goldblatt, /Topoi/: definition of exponentiation**,*Angus Rodgers*

**Re: JSH: Contradictory data**,*filipovic81***Re: JSH: Contradictory data**,*JSH***Re: JSH: Contradictory data**,*Rupert***Re: JSH: Contradictory data**,*JSH***Re: JSH: Contradictory data**,*Tim Smith*

**Algebra with ideal, <4>.**,*mina_world***Re: Algebra with ideal, <4>.**,*Fatal***Re: Algebra with ideal, <4>.**,*mina_world***Re: Algebra with ideal, <4>.**,*Fatal***Re: Algebra with ideal, <4>.**,*mina_world***Re: Algebra with ideal, <4>.**,*Fatal*

**Cauchy-Completeness and locally compactness**,*sanchopancho80***Re: Cauchy-Completeness and locally compactness**,*G. A. Edgar***Re: Cauchy-Completeness and locally compactness**,*William Elliot*

**Re: Cauchy-Completeness and locally compactness**,*Fatal***Re: Cauchy-Completeness and locally compactness**,*sanchopancho80*

**Re: Cauchy-Completeness and locally compactness**,*Daniel Grubb***Re: Cauchy-Completeness and locally compactness**,*Daniel Grubb*

**Invertible functions and parity**,*alainverghote@xxxxxxxxx***What is this transcendental?**,*dan73***Re: What is this transcendental?**,*www . luxuryfashion***Re: What is this transcendental?**,*amzoti***Re: What is this transcendental?**,*Gerry Myerson*

**Re: What is this transcendental?**,*Robert Israel***Re: What is this transcendental?**,*Mariano Suárez-Alvarez***Re: What is this transcendental?**,*Gerry Myerson***Re: What is this transcendental?**,*Robert Israel*

**Re: What is this transcendental?**,*dan73*

**Covariance**,*El***The Cramster Team**,*learn.cramster@xxxxxxxxx*- <Possible follow-ups>
**The Cramster Team**,*learn.cramster@xxxxxxxxx***Re: The Cramster Team**,*Gib Bogle*

**twist map, foliated tori**,*dice***Proving the maximum condition for difference of roots of sum of squares**,*conjecture***Need help in proving that a derivative is always negative.**,*conjecture***separable dense countable subset L^p metric spaces**,*Lax***Re: separable dense countable subset L^p metric spaces**,*Robert Israel*

**Radix Base Number Converter**,*easysurf***Re: Radix Base Number Converter**,*Mensanator***Re: Radix Base Number Converter**,*easysurf***Re: Radix Base Number Converter**,*Mensanator***Re: Radix Base Number Converter**,*easysurf***Re: Radix Base Number Converter**,*Mensanator*

**convex set intersections**,*analyst41***Re: convex set intersections**,*Robert Israel*- <Possible follow-ups>
**convex set intersections**,*analyst41***Re: convex set intersections**,*Virgil***Re: convex set intersections**,*analyst41***Re: convex set intersections**,*analyst41*

**Re: convex set intersections**,*William Elliot***Re: convex set intersections**,*David C . Ullrich***Re: convex set intersections**,*Mariano Suárez-Alvarez***Re: convex set intersections**,*David C . Ullrich***Re: convex set intersections**,*Virgil***Re: convex set intersections**,*William Elliot*

**instructor solutions manual for Machine Design : An Integrated Approach (3rd Ed., Norton)&Algorithm Design (Jon Kleinberg & Ã‰va Tardos) &Design of Machinery (3rd Ed., Norton)**,*cartermath***Sedenions**,*PaulHjelmstad***Z_(p^m)**,*Carl R.***Re: Z_(p^m)**,*Phil Carmody***Re: Z_(p^m)**,*Mariano Suárez-Alvarez*

**Re: Z_(p^m)**,*Achava Nakhash, the Loving Snake***Re: Z_(p^m)**,*Fatal***Re: Z_(p^m)**,*Bill Dubuque*

**Nova: Fractals**,*amzoti***Re: Nova: Fractals**,*Mensanator***Re: Nova: Fractals**,*amzoti***Re: Nova: Fractals**,*Mensanator*

**Re: Nova: Fractals**,*spudnik*

**Re: Nova: Fractals**,*Usher73***Re: Nova: Fractals**,*Tim Smith*

**Logic : Consistency and models**,*persres@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx***Re: Logic : Consistency and models**,*galathaea*

**knuth - vol 1 - inductive proof questions**,*Mateusz Berezecki***Re: knuth - vol 1 - inductive proof questions**,*Virgil***Re: knuth - vol 1 - inductive proof questions**,*Dirk Van de moortel***Re: knuth - vol 1 - inductive proof questions**,*Mateusz Berezecki***Re: knuth - vol 1 - inductive proof questions**,*spudnik*

**Re: knuth - vol 1 - inductive proof questions**,*Ken Pledger***Re: knuth - vol 1 - inductive proof questions**,*Tim Smith*

**Re: Interesting Math Fact?**,*[Mr.] Lynn Kurtz***Need hands on activity regarding knot theory**,*Darren***Re: Need hands on activity regarding knot theory**,*spudnik***Re: Need hands on activity regarding knot theory**,*Gerry Myerson*

**Re: Math and the beginning of a a concept bigger than the universe**,*amy666***Rolling dice in the dark**,*[Mr.] Lynn Kurtz***Re: Rolling dice in the dark**,*Achava Nakhash, the Loving Snake***Re: Rolling dice in the dark**,*Mensanator*

**?**,*jmarky5***Curved movement**,*Bill***Re: Curved movement**,*Phil Carmody***Re: Curved movement**,*Bill***Re: Curved movement**,*I.N. Galidakis*

**Please, verify my derivative calculations**,*elanamig***Re: Please, verify my derivative calculations**,*Torsten Hennig*

**Does math become more difficult?**,*Victor Porton***Re: Does math become more difficult?**,*J. Antonio Perez M.***Re: Does math become more difficult?**,*zzbunker@xxxxxxxxxxxx***Re: Does math become more difficult?**,*Michael Stemper*

**Re: Does math become more difficult?**,*riderofgiraffes***Re: Does math become more difficult?**,*Robert Israel***Re: Does math become more difficult?**,*G. A. Edgar***Re: Does math become more difficult?**,*Robert Israel***Re: Does math become more difficult?**,*G. A. Edgar***Re: Does math become more difficult?**,*David Bernier*

**Re: Does math become more difficult?**,*Tim Smith***Re: Does math become more difficult?**,*spudnik*

**Re: Does math become more difficult?**,*Bill Taylor***Re: Does math become more difficult?**,*William Elliot***Re: Does math become more difficult?**,*Herman Jurjus*

**American Mathematical Monthly problem number**,*dwwdkddb*- <Possible follow-ups>
**Re: American Mathematical Monthly problem number**,*victor_meldrew_666*

**Counting permutations with limited distance to a "center" permutation**,*Niko***Solvable sextics and Fibonacci numbers**,*tpiezas***Re: Solvable sextics and Fibonacci numbers**,*victor_meldrew_666*

**how many dimensions do I need?**,*narutocanada@xxxxxxxxx***Re: how many dimensions do I need?**,*William Elliot***Re: how many dimensions do I need?**,*narutocanada@xxxxxxxxx*

**Re: how many dimensions do I need?**,*kunzmilan***Re: how many dimensions do I need?**,*Ross***Re: how many dimensions do I need?**,*narutocanada@xxxxxxxxx***Re: how many dimensions do I need?**,*Ross A. Finlayson***Re: how many dimensions do I need?**,*narutocanada@xxxxxxxxx***Re: how many dimensions do I need?**,*Don Stockbauer***Re: how many dimensions do I need?**,*Ross A. Finlayson***Re: how many dimensions do I need?**,*Ross A. Finlayson***Re: how many dimensions do I need?**,*narutocanada@xxxxxxxxx***Re: how many dimensions do I need?**,*Ross A. Finlayson***Re: how many dimensions do I need?**,*Don Stockbauer*

**Re: how many dimensions do I need?**,*riderofgiraffes***Re: how many dimensions do I need?**,*narutocanada@xxxxxxxxx*

**QR and SVD decomposition**,*miki***Re: QR and SVD decomposition**,*Dave***Re: QR and SVD decomposition**,*Jon Slaughter*

**Re: About construction of length ab without a unit**,*José Carlos Santos**Message not available***Re: About construction of length ab without a unit**,*José Carlos Santos*

**Discrete math with pigeonhole principle.**,*mina_world***Moment generating function question**,*Zoot***Re: Moment generating function question**,*victor_meldrew_666*

**Calc - Question on intervals/slope.**,*CCfooty***Re: Calc - Question on intervals/slope.**,*Joshua Cranmer***Re: Calc - Question on intervals/slope.**,*CCfooty***Re: Calc - Question on intervals/slope.**,*Virgil***Re: Calc - Question on intervals/slope.**,*Ray Vickson*

**Re: Calc - Question on intervals/slope.**,*jmorriss@xxxxxxxxxxx***Re: Calc - Question on intervals/slope.**,*Ken Pledger*

**Re: Calc - Question on intervals/slope.**,*Dave*

**Discrete math with computers and printers.**,*mina_world***Belated Happy Birthday wishes to Herman Rubin**,*The poster formerly known as Colleyville Alan***Embarrassing probability question**,*g_chime@xxxxxxxxx***Re: Embarrassing probability question**,*Robert Israel***Re: Embarrassing probability question**,*Rob Johnson*

**Re: Embarrassing probability question**,*Zoot*

**Statistics with normal distribution, weight.**,*mina_world***Re: Statistics with normal distribution, weight.**,*Ray Koopman***Re: Statistics with normal distribution, weight.**,*mina_world*

**Set of automorphisms**,*Carl R.***Re: Set of automorphisms**,*José Carlos Santos***Re: Set of automorphisms**,*Derek Holt***Re: Set of automorphisms**,*José Carlos Santos*

**Re: Set of automorphisms**,*Fatal*

**just for fun**,*amy666***How do you prove proof theory?**,*Starblade Enkai***Re: How do you prove proof theory?**,*galathaea*

**Terminology : MOD**,*amy666***Re: Terminology : MOD**,*Robert Israel***Re: Terminology : MOD**,*Gerry Myerson***Re: Terminology : MOD**,*Phil Carmody***Re: Terminology : MOD**,*amy666***Re: Terminology : MOD**,*Robert Israel***Re: Terminology : MOD**,*amy666***Re: Terminology : MOD**,*Robert Israel***Re: Terminology : MOD**,*Bill Dubuque*

**Re: Terminology : MOD**,*amy666*

**Re: Terminology : MOD**,*Bill Dubuque*

**representation MOD**,*amy666***Re: representation MOD**,*Gerry Myerson***Re: representation MOD**,*amy666***Re: representation MOD**,*Gerry Myerson*

**Ellipsoids - Terminology**,*Terry/Padden***Re: Ellipsoids - Terminology**,*Joshua Cranmer***Re: Ellipsoids - Terminology**,*David W . Cantrell***Re: Ellipsoids - Terminology**,*Terry/Padden***Re: Ellipsoids - Terminology**,*David W . Cantrell*

**Re: Q on Riemann Hypothesis**,*David Hartley***Re: Q on Riemann Hypothesis**,*amy666***Re: Q on Riemann Hypothesis**,*KWF*- <Possible follow-ups>
**Re: Q on Riemann Hypothesis**,*Gerry Myerson***Re: Q on Riemann Hypothesis**,*Tim Smith***Re: Q on Riemann Hypothesis**,*Michael Press***Re: Q on Riemann Hypothesis**,*Gerry Myerson***Re: Q on Riemann Hypothesis**,*Michael Press***Re: Q on Riemann Hypothesis**,*Tim Smith***Re: Q on Riemann Hypothesis**,*Gerry Myerson***Re: Q on Riemann Hypothesis**,*Tim Smith***Re: Q on Riemann Hypothesis**,*Gerry Myerson***Re: Q on Riemann Hypothesis**,*Marko Amnell***Re: Q on Riemann Hypothesis**,*anonymous . rubbertube***Re: Q on Riemann Hypothesis**,*Marko Amnell*

**Re: Q on Riemann Hypothesis**,*Tonico***Re: Q on Riemann Hypothesis**,*Larry Hammick***Re: Q on Riemann Hypothesis**,*KWF*

**eigenvalue monotonicity**,*mhasoba***bounded monotonic sequence proof HELP**,*la . foma***y = x^p; p = ?**,*John***Re: y = x^p; p = ?**,*Greg Neill***Re: y = x^p; p = ?**,*John***Re: y = x^p; p = ?**,*Greg Neill***Re: y = x^p; p = ?**,*John*

**Re: y = x^p; p = ?**,*Fatal***Re: y = x^p; p = ?**,*John***Re: y = x^p; p = ?**,*AshtarSheran***Re: y = x^p; p = ?**,*Greg Neill***Re: y = x^p; p = ?**,*Michael Press***Re: y = x^p; p = ?**,*Greg Neill***Re: y = x^p; p = ?**,**Re: y = x^p; p = ?**,*Tonico***Re: y = x^p; p = ?**,*Derek Holt***Re: y = x^p; p = ?**,*Greg Neill***Re: y = x^p; p = ?**,*Tonico***Re: y = x^p; p = ?**,*Michael Press***Re: y = x^p; p = ?**,*Greg Neill***Re: y = x^p; p = ?**,*Ray Vickson***Re: y = x^p; p = ?**,*Fatal*

**Re: y = x^p; p = ?**,*Pfsszxt*

**The unimaginable mathematics of Torkel Franzen**,*Marko Amnell***trvial**,*Tito***Re: trvial**,*kupier*

**Convex hull intersecting lattice in 2-dim**,*herby74***T or F, every pair of distinct geodesics on S^3 is linked?**,*andy everett***Are these two paths linked?**,*andy everett***Analysis book**,*A Aitken***Anyone who have solution of electric machinery fundamentals stehen j.chapman pdf download 4th edition**,*tahirimran62@xxxxxxxxx*- <Possible follow-ups>
**Anyone who have solution of electric machinery fundamentals stehen j.chapman pdf download 4th edition**,*tahirimran62@xxxxxxxxx*

**Supersoluble groups**,*burkill.louis@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx***Re: Supersoluble groups**,*J. Antonio Perez M.***Re: Supersoluble groups**,**Re: Supersoluble groups**,*burkill.louis@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx***Re: Supersoluble groups**,*Derek Holt***Re: Supersoluble groups**,*I.M. Soloveichik***Re: Supersoluble groups**,*Arturo Magidin***Re: Supersoluble groups**,*newsgr . mail***Re: Supersoluble groups**,*Arturo Magidin***Re: Supersoluble groups**,*Tonico***Re: Supersoluble groups**,*Derek Holt*

**Maximal Torsion-free quotient**,*Dick***Re: Maximal Torsion-free quotient**,*J. Antonio Perez M.***Re: Maximal Torsion-free quotient**,*victor_meldrew_666***Re: Maximal Torsion-free quotient**,*Mariano Suárez-Alvarez***Re: Maximal Torsion-free quotient**,*hagman*

**maximum of f (i,j)**,*Terry IT***Re: maximum of f (i,j)**,*hagman***Re: maximum of f (i,j)**,*christian.bau***Re: maximum of f (i,j)**,*christian.bau*

**Show that if a_n < 0 and lim a_n = 0, then lim 1/a_n = -oo**,*rabbits77***Re: Without a unit, can we construct the prodcut of two given lengths a, b?**,*Mariano Suárez-Alvarez*- <Possible follow-ups>
**Re: Without a unit, can we construct the prodcut of two given lengths a, b?**,*A N Niel*

**Probability density function question**,*Zoot***Re: Probability density function question**,*Robert Israel***Re: Probability density function question**,*Zoot***Re: Probability density function question**,*Jussi Piitulainen***Re: Probability density function question**,*Ray Vickson***Re: Probability density function question**,*Jussi Piitulainen***Re: Probability density function question**,*Ray Vickson***Re: Probability density function question**,*Jussi Piitulainen***Re: Probability density function question**,*Robert Israel***Re: Probability density function question**,*Zoot*

**Discrete math with subset.**,*mina_world***Re: Discrete math with subset.**,*Rob Johnson***Re: Discrete math with subset.**,*mina_world*

**Re: Discrete math with subset.**,*hagman***Re: Discrete math with subset.**,*Michael Press*

**simple extension of subfield**,*Bahar, D.***Re: simple extension of subfield**,*Arturo Magidin*

**limit proof HELP**,*la . foma***Re: limit proof HELP**,*W^3***Re: limit proof HELP**,*Robert Israel***Re: limit proof HELP**,*la . foma*

**Re: limit proof HELP**,*hagman***Re: limit proof HELP**,*amzoti*

**suggestions on how to prove the limit problem**,*la . foma***Multi-level Markov chains**,*Tim Climber***Re: Multi-level Markov chains**,*Jon Slaughter*

**trig substitution**,*withoutadoor08***Re: trig substitution**,*[Mr.] Lynn Kurtz*

**Why aren't my posts appearing?**,*Starblade Enkai***Re: Why aren't my posts appearing?**,*Larry Hammick***Re: Why aren't my posts appearing?**,*beeworks*

**Choosing a school (help please)**,*Geomancer***UGG Boots Classic Tall in Black 5815**,*Rain***UGG Boots Classic Tall Grey 5815-Grey**,*Rain***Integrate using complex analysis**,*spasmous2***Re: Integrate using complex analysis**,*Gerry Myerson***Re: Integrate using complex analysis**,*David C . Ullrich*

**Re: Integrate using complex analysis**,*David C . Ullrich***Re: Integrate using complex analysis**,*spasmous2***Re: Integrate using complex analysis**,*David C . Ullrich***Re: Integrate using complex analysis**,*spasmous2***Re: Integrate using complex analysis**,*amy666***Re: Integrate using complex analysis**,*Anon***Re: Integrate using complex analysis**,*spasmous2*

**helle shoes shoes**,*nikeshoesshopping*- <Possible follow-ups>
**helle shoes shoes**,*nikeshoesshopping***helle shoes shoes**,*nikeshoesshopping*

**maximum of function abs(ai - aj)**,*niklaus***Re: maximum of function abs(ai - aj)**,*Robert Israel*

**maximum of function |ai - aj|**,*niklaus***Solution Manual of the " Probability and statistics for engineers and scientists 8th Edition Walpole Mayers**,*Selim Budak***CHEMISTRY**,*sneh12singh***Re: CHEMISTRY**,*Greg Neill*

**Comcast Shutdown**,*Pubkeybreaker***Re: Comcast Shutdown**,*fishfry*

**Discrete math with number 5.**,*mina_world***Re: Discrete math with number 5.**,*Fatal***Re: Discrete math with number 5.**,*Joshua Cranmer***Re: Discrete math with number 5.**,*David C . Ullrich***Re: Discrete math with number 5.**,*[Mr.] Lynn Kurtz***Re: Discrete math with number 5.**,*Rob Johnson***Re: Discrete math with number 5.**,*[Mr.] Lynn Kurtz*

**New mathematics / physical sciences positions at http://jobs.phds.org, Oct 27, 2008**,*PhDs . org***Instructor solutions manuals**,*cartermath***instructor solutions manual to Machine Design : An Integrated Approach (3rd Ed., Norton)**,*cartermath***Re: Without a unit, can we construct the prodcut of two given lengths a, b?**,*Denis Feldmann***Number with Fibonacci.**,*mina_world***Re: Number with Fibonacci.**,*Robert Israel*

**Separable extension**,*Jose***Re: Separable extension**,*José Carlos Santos***Re: Separable extension**,*Jose***Re: Separable extension**,*José Carlos Santos***Re: Separable extension**,*Jose*

**Statistics with confidence interval.**,*mina_world***Re: Statistics with confidence interval.**,*[Mr.] Lynn Kurtz***Re: Statistics with confidence interval.**,*Robert Israel***Re: Statistics with confidence interval.**,*[Mr.] Lynn Kurtz***Re: Statistics with confidence interval.**,*Ray Koopman*

**Re: Statistics with confidence interval.**,*Ray Koopman*

**Show that if lim a_n = -00, then lim 1/a_n = 0**,*rabbits77***the sum of two sequences that both diverge to -oo**,*rabbits77***Re: Not a popularity contest**,*Jamie II, the re-blithering***Posts not appearing?**,*Starblade Enkai***Re: Posts not appearing?**,*Larry Hammick***Re: Posts not appearing?**,*niklaus***Re: Posts not appearing?**,*niklaus*

**Re: Posts not appearing?**,*José Carlos Santos*

**Re: How many infinities are there?**,*amy666***Re: Agreed Question about whether you can construct L**,*amy666*- <Possible follow-ups>
**Re: Agreed Question about whether you can construct L**,*amy666***Re: Agreed Question about whether you can construct L**,*amy666***Re: Agreed Question about whether you can construct L**,*amy666***Re: Agreed Question about whether you can construct L**,*William Hughes*

**WRONG !!**,*amy666***Re: WRONG !!**,*amy666***Re: WRONG !!**,*William Hughes*

**Associate cycles of roots and irreducible factors of a cyclotomic polynomial**,*Marco Marsala***F subset K subset L are fields. K algeb. exten. of F....**,*Kenneth Bull***Re: F subset K subset L are fields. K algeb. exten. of F....**,*Gerry Myerson*

**-- finitely presented groups on n generators**,*quasi***Re: -- finitely presented groups on n generators**,*Jack Schmidt***Re: -- finitely presented groups on n generators**,*Arturo Magidin***Re: -- finitely presented groups on n generators**,*quasi***Re: -- finitely presented groups on n generators**,*Arturo Magidin***Re: -- finitely presented groups on n generators**,*Jack Schmidt***Re: -- finitely presented groups on n generators**,*Arturo Magidin*

**Re: -- finitely presented groups on n generators**,*Jack Schmidt***Re: -- finitely presented groups on n generators**,*Derek Holt***Re: -- finitely presented groups on n generators**,*Jack Schmidt***Re: -- finitely presented groups on n generators**,*Jack Schmidt***Re: -- finitely presented groups on n generators**,*I.M. Soloveichik***Re: -- finitely presented groups on n generators**,*Mariano Suárez-Alvarez***Re: -- finitely presented groups on n generators**,*Derek Holt***Re: -- finitely presented groups on n generators**,*Mariano Suárez-Alvarez***Re: -- finitely presented groups on n generators**,*I.M. Soloveichik***Re: -- finitely presented groups on n generators**,*Derek Holt***Re: -- finitely presented groups on n generators**,*I.M. Soloveichik*

**Re: -- finitely presented groups on n generators**,*Mariano Suárez-Alvarez***Re: -- finitely presented groups on n generators**,*Arturo Magidin*

**algebraic topology problem**,*katastrofa_nadfioletu***Re: algebraic topology problem**,*NotP***Re: algebraic topology problem**,*katastrofa_nadfioletu***algebraic topology problem**,*William Elliot***Re: algebraic topology problem**,*katastrofa_nadfioletu*

- <Possible follow-ups>
**algebraic topology problem**,*katastrofa_nadfioletu***Re: algebraic topology problem**,*Simeon Stefanov*

**algebraic topology problem**,*katastrofa_nadfioletu***algebraic topology problem**,*katastrofa_nadfioletu*

**completeness and subcategories**,*mynameisrabbit***Re: completeness and subcategories**,*Marc Olschok*

**Fermat's Little Theorem Help**,*Rafael Almeida***Re: Fermat's Little Theorem Help**,*Helmut Richter***Re: Fermat's Little Theorem Help**,*Arturo Magidin***Re: Fermat's Little Theorem Help**,*Bill Dubuque*

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**Re: Pullback lemma**,*Angus Rodgers***Re: Pullback lemma**,*Angus Rodgers***Re: Pullback lemma**,*anonymous . rubbertube***Re: Pullback lemma**,*Angus Rodgers***Re: Pullback lemma**,*Angus Rodgers*

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**Re: -- closure of a subset of N under some operations**,*quasi***Re: -- closure of a subset of N under some operations**,*Dan Cass***Re: -- closure of a subset of N under some operations**,*Dan Cass***Re: -- closure of a subset of N under some operations**,*Dan Cass***Re: -- closure of a subset of N under some operations**,*quasi***Re: -- closure of a subset of N under some operations**,*Dan Cass***Re: -- closure of a subset of N under some operations**,*Dan Cass***Re: -- closure of a subset of N under some operations**,*Dan Cass***Re: -- closure of a subset of N under some operations**,*Dan Cass***Re: -- closure of a subset of N under some operations**,*Dan Cass*

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**Re: Incredible set**,*PiperAlpha167***Re: Incredible set**,*Jon Slaughter***Re: Incredible set**,*gerry***Re: Incredible set**,*Jon Slaughter***Re: Incredible set**,*Fatal***Re: Incredible set**,*Jon Slaughter***Re: Incredible set**,*Fatal***Re: Incredible set**,*Jon Slaughter***Re: Incredible set**,*anonymous . rubbertube***Re: Incredible set**,*Jon Slaughter***Re: Incredible set**,*anonymous . rubbertube***Re: Incredible set**,*Jon Slaughter***Re: Incredible set**,*Fatal***Re: Incredible set**,*Jon Slaughter***Re: Incredible set**,*David Belanger***Re: Incredible set**,*Fatal***Re: Incredible set**,*Jon Slaughter***Re: Incredible set**,*anonymous . rubbertube***Re: Incredible set**,*Jon Slaughter***Re: Incredible set**,*anonymous . rubbertube***Re: Incredible set**,*galathaea***Re: Incredible set**,*lwalke3***Re: Incredible set**,*galathaea***Re: Incredible set**,*lwalke3***Re: Incredible set**,*Jon Slaughter***Re: Incredible set**,*anonymous . rubbertube*

**Re: Incredible set**,*Phil Carmody*

**Solution manual request**,*Money1978***Show that a sequence is a cauchy sequence**,*TheGist***Re: Show that a sequence is a cauchy sequence**,*William Elliot***Re: Show that a sequence is a cauchy sequence**,*TheGist***Re: Show that a sequence is a cauchy sequence**,*William Elliot*

**Re: Show that a sequence is a cauchy sequence**,*Virgil***Re: Show that a sequence is a cauchy sequence**,*Torsten Hennig*

**JSH: Explaining for the "angry idiots"**,*JSH***Re: JSH: Explaining for the "angry idiots"**,*Gib Bogle***Re: JSH: Explaining for the "angry idiots"**,*Larry Hammick***Re: JSH: Explaining for the "angry idiots"**,*Mensanator***Re: JSH: Explaining for the "angry idiots"**,*W. Dale Hall***Re: JSH: Explaining for the "angry idiots"**,*Mensanator***Re: JSH: Explaining for the "angry idiots"**,*Lits O'Hate***Re: JSH: Explaining for the "angry idiots"**,*junoexpress*

**Re: JSH: Explaining for the "angry idiots"**,*anonymous . rubbertube***Re: JSH: Explaining for the "angry idiots"**,*JSH***Re: JSH: Explaining for the "angry idiots"**,*anonymous . rubbertube***Re: JSH: Explaining for the "angry idiots"**,*David Bernier***Re: JSH: Explaining for the "angry idiots"**,*JSH***Re: JSH: Explaining for the "angry idiots"**,*Wasell***Re: JSH: Explaining for the "angry idiots"**,*Angus Rodgers***Re: JSH: Explaining for the "angry idiots"**,*JSH***Re: JSH: Explaining for the "angry idiots"**,*Joshua Cranmer***Re: JSH: Explaining for the "angry idiots"**,*rossum***Re: JSH: Explaining for the "angry idiots"**,*anonymous . rubbertube***Re: JSH: Explaining for the "angry idiots"**,*Joshua Cranmer***Re: JSH: Explaining for the "angry idiots"**,*Michael Press*

**Re: Explaining for the "angry idiots"**,*Moon Pie***Re: Explaining for the "angry idiots"**,*David C. Ullrich*

**Re: JSH: Explaining for the "angry idiots"**,*amzoti***Re: JSH: Explaining for the "angry idiots"**,*Lits O'Hate***Re: JSH: Explaining for the "angry idiots"**,*Mensanator*

**Re: JSH: Explaining for the "angry idiots"**,*Dr. Math***Re: Explaining for the "angry idiots"**,*Jujitsu Lizard*

***** tube - Free Video**,*tymortgageefischer***zootube *** - Free Video**,*tymortgageefischer***zoo 365 tube - Free Video**,*santiagocaseygr***Show a sequence does not have a limit**,*Cliff MacGillivray***Re: Show a sequence does not have a limit**,*William Elliot***Re: Show a sequence does not have a limit**,*Cliff MacGillivray*

**Counting Dance Couples**,*Aurora***Re: Counting Dance Couples**,*Chip Eastham***Re: Counting Dance Couples**,*amzoti*

**Re: Counting Dance Couples**,*Gerry Myerson***Re: Counting Dance Couples**,*[Mr.] Lynn Kurtz*

**Dice Rolling Problem**,*Aurora***Re: Dice Rolling Problem**,*Achava Nakhash, the Loving Snake***Re: Dice Rolling Problem**,*Gerry Myerson***Re: Dice Rolling Problem**,*Aurora***Re: Dice Rolling Problem**,*Gerry Myerson***Re: Dice Rolling Problem**,*Aurora***Re: Dice Rolling Problem**,*Jim Weisert***Re: Dice Rolling Problem**,*Gerry Myerson***Re: Dice Rolling Problem**,*Jim Weisert*

**Re: Dice Rolling Problem**,*Aurora***Re: Dice Rolling Problem**,*Torsten Hennig***Re: Dice Rolling Problem**,*Torsten Hennig*

**Re: Dice Rolling Problem**,*Torsten Hennig*

**power series expansion for exp(x/(1+x))**,*Robert Adams***Re: power series expansion for exp(x/(1+x))**,*amzoti***Re: power series expansion for exp(x/(1+x))**,*amzoti***Re: power series expansion for exp(x/(1+x))**,*Robert Adams*

**Re: power series expansion for exp(x/(1+x))**,*Gottfried Helms*

**Complete bounded metric space**,*Carl R.***Re: Complete bounded metric space**,*The World Wide Wade*

**college algebra question**,*jennifer***Re: college algebra question**,*Dave***Re: college algebra question**,*jennifer*

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**Re: college algebra question**,*jennifer***Re: college algebra question**,*Ray Vickson*

**goldbach polynomial case ?**,*amy666***Re: goldbach polynomial case ?**,*amy666***Re: goldbach polynomial case ?**,*Gerry Myerson***Re: goldbach polynomial case ?**,*amy666***Re: goldbach polynomial case ?**,*gerry*

**Re: goldbach polynomial case ?**,*Pubkeybreaker***Re: goldbach polynomial case ?**,*gerry***Re: goldbach polynomial case ?**,*Pubkeybreaker***Re: goldbach polynomial case ?**,*amy666***Re: goldbach polynomial case ?**,*Gerry Myerson***Re: goldbach polynomial case ?**,*amy666*

**Re: proving not(c = aleph_aleph_null) diagonally without choice**,*amy666*- <Possible follow-ups>
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**Analysis with continuous, sum.**,*mina_world***Re: Analysis with continuous, sum.**,*Tonico***Re: Analysis with continuous, sum.**,*The World Wide Wade*

**Re: Analysis with continuous, sum.**,*Achava Nakhash, the Loving Snake***Re: Analysis with continuous, sum.**,*mina_world*

**Re: Analysis with continuous, sum.**,*The World Wide Wade***Re: Analysis with continuous, sum.**,*Achava Nakhash, the Loving Snake***Re: Analysis with continuous, sum.**,*The World Wide Wade***Re: Analysis with continuous, sum.**,*Achava Nakhash, the Loving Snake***Re: Analysis with continuous, sum.**,*The World Wide Wade***Re: Analysis with continuous, sum.**,*Michael Press*

**Re: Analysis with continuous, sum.**,*mina_world*

**Re: Energy sets up the speed limit**,*riderofgiraffes***Re: Solution Manual Numerical Methods with Matlab (Amos Gilat & Vish Subramaniam)**,*shaiju83***Analysis with the radius of convergence.**,*mina_world***primary decomposition**,*KY***Re: primary decomposition**,*Fatal*- <Possible follow-ups>
**primary decomposition**,*KY***Re: primary decomposition**,*Arturo Magidin*

**mathematic material about genetic algorithms**,*sebastian.the.mueller@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx***Re: mathematic material about genetic algorithms**,*Ray Vickson***Re: mathematic material about genetic algorithms**,*sebastian.the.mueller@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx*

**TMFCS-09 and TACS-09 Call for papers**,*john12***ackermann's function**,*Nuda***need an article**,*emath***Re: need an article**,*Tonico***Re: need an article**,*Horand . Gassmann*

**Calculus with integral sqrt.**,*mina_world***Re: Calculus with integral sqrt.**,*José Carlos Santos***Re: Calculus with integral sqrt.**,*mina_world***Re: Calculus with integral sqrt.**,*José Carlos Santos***Re: Calculus with integral sqrt.**,*mina_world***Re: Calculus with integral sqrt.**,*Ray Vickson***Re: Calculus with integral sqrt.**,*Cary*

**Example and Counterexample of a particular Cauchy Sequence**,*Cliff MacGillivray***Re: Example and Counterexample of a particular Cauchy Sequence**,*zhao . hui . du***Re: Example and Counterexample of a particular Cauchy Sequence**,*Cliff MacGillivray*

**Re: Example and Counterexample of a particular Cauchy Sequence**,*Torsten Hennig***Re: Example and Counterexample of a particular Cauchy Sequence**,*zhao . hui . du***Re: Example and Counterexample of a particular Cauchy Sequence**,*Cliff MacGillivray***Re: Example and Counterexample of a particular Cauchy Sequence**,*Cliff MacGillivray*

**Re: Example and Counterexample of a particular Cauchy Sequence**,*riderofgiraffes*

**k[x,y,z,w]/ker(f)**,*KY***Re: k[x,y,z,w]/ker(f)**,*quasi***Re: k[x,y,z,w]/ker(f)**,*KY***Re: k[x,y,z,w]/ker(f)**,*quasi*

**Re: k[x,y,z,w]/ker(f)**,*I.M. Soloveichik*

**a, b odd number => a*b odd number**,*Herb***-- The solvable radical of a finite group**,*k.hofmann***Re: -- The solvable radical of a finite group**,*k.hofmann***Re: -- The solvable radical of a finite group**,*Arturo Magidin*

**And another binomial probability Q**,*Zoot***Re: And another binomial probability Q**,*Peter Webb***Re: And another binomial probability Q**,*Robert Israel*

**Binomial probability question**,*Zoot***Re: Binomial probability question**,*Achava Nakhash, the Loving Snake*

**A benchmark comparing ECM and triangle number factoring.**,*dan73***Re: Solutions manual to Fundamentals of Applied Electromagnetics 5th edition by Fawwaz T. Ulaby solution manual**,*fizz***--- x^2 + y^2 = 1 (mod n)**,*quasi***Re: --- x^2 + y^2 = 1 (mod n)**,*zhao . hui . du***Re: --- x^2 + y^2 = 1 (mod n)**,*quasi***Re: --- x^2 + y^2 = 1 (mod n)**,*zhao . hui . du***Re: --- x^2 + y^2 = 1 (mod n)**,*quasi***Re: --- x^2 + y^2 = 1 (mod n)**,*amy666***Re: --- x^2 + y^2 = 1 (mod n)**,*amy666***Re: --- x^2 + y^2 = 1 (mod n)**,*quasi***Re: --- x^2 + y^2 = 1 (mod n)**,*quasi*

**Re: Solution manuals**,*minguking***the universal covering group**,*kupier***Re: the universal covering group**,*kupier***Re: the universal covering group**,*José Carlos Santos***Re: the universal covering group**,*anonymous . rubbertube*

**Re: the universal covering group**,*kupier***Re: the universal covering group**,*kupier***Re: the universal covering group**,*kupier***Re: the universal covering group**,*W. Dale Hall*

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**"Squish-Squash" from Numb3rs**,*riderofgiraffes***Re: "Squish-Squash" from Numb3rs**,*James Waldby*

**Algebra with algebraic number, finitely generated.**,*mina_world***- Groups of order pq, and p^2 q (p, q distinct)**,*k.hofmann***Re: - Groups of order pq, and p^2 q (p, q distinct)**,*Arturo Magidin*

**--Existence of a unique, maximal, normal, solvable subgroup**,*k.hofmann***sine and modulus ?**,*amy666***Re: sine and modulus ?**,*quasi***Re: sine and modulus ?**,*amy666***Re: sine and modulus ?**,*quasi***Re: sine and modulus ?**,*amy666***Re: sine and modulus ?**,*quasi***Re: sine and modulus ?**,*amy666***Re: sine and modulus ?**,*Denis Feldmann***Re: sine and modulus ?**,*amy666***Re: sine and modulus ?**,*Gerry Myerson***Re: sine and modulus ?**,*amy666***Re: sine and modulus ?**,*Gerry Myerson***Re: sine and modulus ?**,*Denis Feldmann***Re: sine and modulus ?**,*lwalke3***Re: sine and modulus ?**,*Denis Feldmann*

**Re: sine and modulus ?**,*hagman*

**bit strings**,*outlook***Re: bit strings**,*William Elliot*

**Lyapunov exponents and bit strings**,*outlook***please tell us what the axioms of godels system P are**,*elsiemelsi***Number with 0!=1.**,*mina_world***Re: Number with 0!=1.**,*William Elliot***Re: Number with 0!=1.**,*Tim Smith***Re: Number with 0!=1.**,*riderofgiraffes***Re: Number with 0!=1.**,*scattered*

**Re: Number with 0!=1.**,*Pfsszxt***Re: Number with 0!=1.**,*Phil Carmody***Re: Number with 0!=1.**,*Peter Webb***Re: Number with 0!=1.**,*Phil Carmody*

**Re: Number with 0!=1.**,*Daniel Royer***Re: Number with 0!=1.**,*Fatal*

**Re: Number with 0!=1.**,*joe***Re: Number with 0!=1.**,*David R Tribble***Re: Number with 0!=1.**,*Peter Webb***Re: Number with 0!=1.**,*Dave Seaman***Re: Number with 0!=1.**,*Peter Webb***Re: Number with 0!=1.**,*Dave Seaman***Re: Number with 0!=1.**,*Dik T. Winter***Re: Number with 0!=1.**,*Dave Seaman***Re: Number with 0!=1.**,*David R Tribble***Re: Number with 0!=1.**,*Peter Webb***Re: Number with 0!=1.**,*Dave Seaman***Re: Number with 0!=1.**,*Peter Webb***Re: Number with 0!=1.**,*Tim Smith***Re: Number with 0!=1.**,*Dave Seaman*

**Re: Number with 0!=1.**,*Marc Olschok***Re: Number with 0!=1.**,*KY*

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**(x+f(x)*Q[x])^(-1)**,*KY***Re: (x+f(x)*Q[x])^(-1)**,*quasi***Re: (x+f(x)*Q[x])^(-1)**,*G. A. Edgar***Re: (x+f(x)*Q[x])^(-1)**,*quasi*

**Re: (x+f(x)*Q[x])^(-1)**,*G. A. Edgar***Re: (x+f(x)*Q[x])^(-1)**,*quasi***Re: (x+f(x)*Q[x])^(-1)**,*KY***Re: (x+f(x)*Q[x])^(-1)**,*quasi*

**Re: (x+f(x)*Q[x])^(-1)**,*G. A. Edgar***Re: (x+f(x)*Q[x])^(-1)**,*KY***Re: (x+f(x)*Q[x])^(-1)**,*quasi***Re: (x+f(x)*Q[x])^(-1)**,*G. A. Edgar*

**Re: (x+f(x)*Q[x])^(-1)**,*KY*

**Arnold's Trivium Mathematique in TeX?**,*Timothy Murphy***JSH: My academic credentials- eat your heart out**,*elsiemelsi***Re: JSH: My academic credentials- eat your heart out**,*Len Siemen***Re: JSH: My academic credentials- eat your heart out**,*amy666***Re: JSH: My academic credentials- eat your heart out**,*Tonico***Re: JSH: My academic credentials- eat your heart out**,*elsiemelsi***Re: JSH: My academic credentials- eat your heart out**,*Tonico***Re: JSH: My academic credentials- eat your heart out**,*elsiemelsi***Re: JSH: My academic credentials- eat your heart out**,*Tonico***Re: JSH: My academic credentials- eat your heart out**,*elsiemelsi***Re: JSH: My academic credentials- eat your heart out**,*Tonico***Re: JSH: My academic credentials- eat your heart out**,*elsiemelsi*

**question**,*snoopy***Re: question**,*Tonico***Re: question**,*Arturo Magidin***Re: question**,*snoopy*

**Statistics with deviation, mean.**,*mina_world***Re: Statistics with deviation, mean.**,*se16***Re: Statistics with deviation, mean.**,*Ray Vickson***Re: Statistics with deviation, mean.**,*mina_world*

**Wave decompositions**,*Me***Re: Wave decompositions**,*riderofgiraffes***Re: Wave decompositions**,*John Bailey***Re: Wave decompositions**,*riderofgiraffes*

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**Reducing d.f. function in R^2 to a d.f. in R**,*tom . j . mattes***questions**,*Kobu***Re: questions**,*Arturo Magidin*

**F in system F?**,*Chris Osborn***Re: F in system F?**,*Michal Przybylek***Re: F in system F?**,*Chris Osborn*

**The perimeter and area of an ellipse**,*Albert***Re: The perimeter and area of an ellipse**,*Anon***Re: The perimeter and area of an ellipse**,*Dave L. Renfro*

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**get manual solution study guide**,*sms123***student manual solution instructor solution manual study guide**,*sms123***representation question**,*bleezpo***Re: representation question**,*Mariano Suárez-Alvarez***Re: representation question**,*bleezpo***Re: representation question**,*Mariano Suárez-Alvarez***Re: representation question**,*bleezpo***Re: representation question**,*Mariano Suárez-Alvarez*

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**Re: a[j]=0 etc**,*KY*

**Re: Analysis with Thomae's function.**,*M Ashok Kumar***Re: Analysis with Thomae's function.**,*Dave L. Renfro***Re: Analysis with Thomae's function.**,*David C . Ullrich***Re: Analysis with Thomae's function.**,*ashok***Re: Analysis with Thomae's function.**,*Dave L. Renfro***Re: Analysis with Thomae's function.**,*M Ashok Kumar***Re: Analysis with Thomae's function.**,*Dave L. Renfro***Re: Analysis with Thomae's function.**,*M Ashok Kumar***Re: Analysis with Thomae's function.**,*mina_world*

**Re: Comprehensive Solution Manual for Textbooks**,*qbooks4sale***question on enriched (bi)functors**,*mynameisrabbit***Re: question on enriched (bi)functors**,*Mariano Suárez-Alvarez***Re: question on enriched (bi)functors**,*mynameisrabbit***Re: question on enriched (bi)functors**,*Mariano Suárez-Alvarez*

**Re: question on enriched (bi)functors**,*Michal Przybylek***Re: question on enriched (bi)functors**,*mynameisrabbit***Re: question on enriched (bi)functors**,*Michal Przybylek***Re: question on enriched (bi)functors**,*mynameisrabbit***Re: question on enriched (bi)functors**,*Michal Przybylek*

**Re: Fermat's Little Theorem**,*Larry Hammick***mathematics and science ends in meaninglessness ie self contradiction**,*elsiemelsi***Re: mathematics and science ends in meaninglessness ie self contradiction**,*Jens Stueckelberger***Re: mathematics and science ends in meaninglessness ie self contradiction**,*Mensanator***Re: mathematics and science ends in meaninglessness ie self**,*elsiemelsi***Re: mathematics and science ends in meaninglessness ie self**,*Tonico***Cracktail(s,adj); cracktal(adj); cracktology, etc.: mathematics and science end in social human behaviors**,*Timothy Golden BandTechnology.com***Cracktail(s,adj); cracktal(adj); cracktology, etc.: mathematics**,*elsiemelsi***Re: Cracktail(s,adj); cracktal(adj); cracktology, etc.: mathematics**,*Cory Knapp***Cracktal thought- mathematics and science end in social human behaviors**,*Timothy Golden BandTechnology.com***Cracktal thought- mathematics and science end in social human**,*elsiemelsi***Re: mathematics and science ends in meaninglessness ie self**,*elsiemelsi***Re: mathematics and science ends in meaninglessness ie self**,*Tonico*

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**Compact Set and Closed Set: distance >/= some positive real number r**,*Archie***Re: Compact Set and Closed Set: distance >/= some positive real number r**,*cbrown***Re: Compact Set and Closed Set: distance >/= some positive real number r**,*The World Wide Wade***Re: Compact Set and Closed Set: distance >/= some positive real number r**,*Archie***Re: Compact Set and Closed Set: distance >/= some positive real number r**,*Virgil***Re: Compact Set and Closed Set: distance >/= some positive real number r**,*Archie***Re: Compact Set and Closed Set: distance >/= some positive real number r**,*fishfry***Re: Compact Set and Closed Set: distance >/= some positive real number r**,*William Elliot***Re: Compact Set and Closed Set: distance >/= some positive real number r**,*Virgil***Re: Compact Set and Closed Set: distance >/= some positive real number r**,*Archie***Re: Compact Set and Closed Set: distance >/= some positive real number r**,*Dave Seaman***Re: Compact Set and Closed Set: distance >/= some positive real number r**,*The World Wide Wade***Re: Compact Set and Closed Set: distance >/= some positive real number r**,*David C . Ullrich*

**Re: Compact Set and Closed Set: distance >/= some positive real number r**,*Achava Nakhash, the Loving Snake***Re: Compact Set and Closed Set: distance >/= some positive real number r**,*Sharon***Re: Compact Set and Closed Set: distance >/= some positive real number r**,*The World Wide Wade*

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**0th root**,*Phil Oberforcher***Re: 0th root**,*lwalke3***Re: 0th root**,*cbrown***Re: 0th root**,*David R Tribble*

**Re: 0th root**,*David W . Cantrell***Re: 0th root**,*William Elliot***Re: 0th root**,*Igor***Re: 0th root**,*David W . Cantrell*

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**units, domains, irreducibles, primes, and all that**,*lite . on . beta***Re: units, domains, irreducibles, primes, and all that**,*µ***Re: units, domains, irreducibles, primes, and all that**,*lite . on . beta*

**Re: units, domains, irreducibles, primes, and all that**,*µ***Re: units, domains, irreducibles, primes, and all that**,*Arturo Magidin*

**Re: units, domains, irreducibles, primes, and all that**,*µ***Re: units, domains, irreducibles, primes, and all that**,*Arturo Magidin***Re: units, domains, irreducibles, primes, and all that**,*Arturo Magidin***Re: units, domains, irreducibles, primes, and all that**,*Bill Dubuque*

**Re: units, domains, irreducibles, primes, and all that**,*lite . on . beta***Re: units, domains, irreducibles, primes, and all that**,*Arturo Magidin***Re: units, domains, irreducibles, primes, and all that**,*Arturo Magidin***Re: units, domains, irreducibles, primes, and all that**,*lite . on . beta***Re: units, domains, irreducibles, primes, and all that**,*Arturo Magidin*

**Re: units, domains, irreducibles, primes, and all that**,*Bill Dubuque***Re: units, domains, irreducibles, primes, and all that**,*lite . on . beta***Re: units, domains, irreducibles, primes, and all that**,*Muhammad***Re: units, domains, irreducibles, primes, and all that**,*Bill Dubuque***Re: units, domains, irreducibles, primes, and all that**,*Bill Dubuque***Re: units, domains, irreducibles, primes, and all that**,*Bill Dubuque*

**Re: units, domains, irreducibles, primes, and all that**,*Muhammad*

**A Discrete Random Variable**,*Maury Barbato***Re: A Discrete Random Variable**,*Robert Israel*

**Q: proving a formula for the inverse Laplace transform**,*Axel Vogt***Combinatorics isn't necessarily a piece of cake**,*Christopher Kolago***Re: Combinatorics isn't necessarily a piece of cake**,*Mariano Suárez-Alvarez***Re: Combinatorics isn't necessarily a piece of cake**,*Christopher Kolago***Re: Combinatorics isn't necessarily a piece of cake**,*Mariano Suárez-Alvarez*

**Re: Combinatorics isn't necessarily a piece of cake**,*se16***Re: Combinatorics isn't necessarily a piece of cake**,*Christopher Kolago*

**Re: Combinatorics isn't necessarily a piece of cake**,*Tim Smith***Re: Combinatorics isn't necessarily a piece of cake**,*Christopher Kolago*

**question about Diophantine equations**,*alvarez . torres1***Re: question about Diophantine equations**,*Pumpledumplekins***Re: question about Diophantine equations**,*alvarez . torres1***Re: question about Diophantine equations**,*Pumpledumplekins***Re: question about Diophantine equations**,*James Waldby***Re: question about Diophantine equations**,*alvarez . torres1***Re: question about Diophantine equations**,*Pumpledumplekins***Re: question about Diophantine equations**,*alvarez . torres1*

**Number 42 Coincidence**,*PaulHjelmstad***Re: Number 42 Coincidence**,*Mensanator***Re: Number 42 Coincidence**,*PaulHjelmstad***Re: Number 42 Coincidence**,*William Elliot***Re: Number 42 Coincidence**,*PaulHjelmstad***Re: Number 42 Coincidence**,*Hagen***Re: Number 42 Coincidence**,*PaulHjelmstad*

**Re: Number 42 Coincidence**,*PaulHjelmstad*

**BAD? Definition of UFD?**,*lite . on . beta***Re: BAD? Definition of UFD?**,*Arturo Magidin***Re: BAD? Definition of UFD?**,*Robert Israel***Re: BAD? Definition of UFD?**,*Arturo Magidin***Re: BAD? Definition of UFD?**,*Robert Israel***Re: BAD? Definition of UFD?**,*Arturo Magidin***Re: BAD? Definition of UFD?**,*William Hughes***Re: BAD? Definition of UFD?**,*Bill Dubuque***Re: BAD? Definition of UFD?**,*William Hughes***Re: BAD? Definition of UFD?**,*Bill Dubuque***Re: BAD? Definition of UFD?**,*Michael Press*

**Re: BAD? Definition of UFD?**,*lite . on . beta*

**F field, F[[t]] is a PID**,*lite . on . beta***Re: F field, F[[t]] is a PID**,*lite . on . beta***Re: F field, F[[t]] is a PID**,*Fatal*

**The Harris Group**,*Mistress Helios***Re: The Harris Group**,*Angus Rodgers***Re: The Harris Group**,*amzoti***Re: The Harris Group**,*Mistress Helios***Re: The Harris Group**,*Mistress Helios***Re: The Harris Group**,*Mistress Helios***Re: The Harris Group**,*Bill Taylor*

**Re: The Harris Group**,*Tonico***Re: The Harris Group**,*Mistress Helios*

**Oxbury Stock Research**,*priya***Jutia Investment Research**,*priya*- <Possible follow-ups>
**Jutia Investment Research**,*priya***Jutia Investment Research**,*priya***Jutia Investment Research**,*priya*

**Buy Womens Lingerie**,*priya***earn $600 a day"**,*priya***Open account with 365**,*priya***365 Bonus**,*priya*- <Possible follow-ups>
**365 Bonus**,*priya*

**Algebra with finite field, irreducible.**,*mina_world***Re: Algebra with finite field, irreducible.**,*victor_meldrew_666***Re: Algebra with finite field, irreducible.**,*Timothy Murphy***Re: Algebra with finite field, irreducible.**,*mina_world*

**Rating question posts as 1 star.**,*Starblade Enkai***Re: Rating question posts as 1 star.**,*Dik T. Winter***Re: Rating question posts as 1 star.**,*José Carlos Santos*

**Test Bank And Solution Manual - NEW COLLECTION 16 Oct 2008 Update**,*Student Plus***polynomial of x**,*KY***Re: polynomial of x**,*quasi***Re: polynomial of x**,*KY***Re: polynomial of x**,*quasi***Re: polynomial of x**,*KY*

**a question about statistics**,*yace***Re: a question about statistics**,*Ken Pledger*

**Here's a puzzle.**,*Starblade Enkai***Re: Here's a puzzle.**,*Starblade Enkai***Re: Here's a puzzle.**,*Starblade Enkai*

**Probability question - 5 men/3 women voting.**,*Zoot***Re: Probability question - 5 men/3 women voting.**,*Phil Freedenberg***Re: Probability question - 5 men/3 women voting.**,*Dave***Re: Probability question - 5 men/3 women voting.**,*David Galvin*

**Not obvious?**,*Starblade Enkai***Re: Not obvious?**,*Virgil***Re: Not obvious?**,*GemRuinsKeeper***Re: Not obvious?**,*Dave Seaman***Re: Not obvious?**,*Virgil*

**Re: Not obvious?**,*Ofek Shilon***Re: Not obvious?**,*GemRuinsKeeper***Re: Not obvious?**,*Virgil*

**symmetric positive definite matrix**,*kaushik . sinha . cs***Re: symmetric positive definite matrix**,*kaushik . sinha . cs***Re: symmetric positive definite matrix**,*Robert Israel***Re: symmetric positive definite matrix**,*Ray Vickson*

**-- roots of polynomials with nonnegative coefficients**,*quasi***Re: -- roots of polynomials with nonnegative coefficients**,*quasi***Re: -- roots of polynomials with nonnegative coefficients**,*Robert Israel***Re: -- roots of polynomials with nonnegative coefficients**,*quasi***Re: -- roots of polynomials with nonnegative coefficients**,*Achava Nakhash, the Loving Snake***Re: -- roots of polynomials with nonnegative coefficients**,*quasi***Re: -- roots of polynomials with nonnegative coefficients**,*quasi***Re: -- roots of polynomials with nonnegative coefficients**,*quasi***Re: -- roots of polynomials with nonnegative coefficients**,*quasi***Re: -- roots of polynomials with nonnegative coefficients**,*quasi***Re: -- roots of polynomials with nonnegative coefficients**,*quasi***Re: -- roots of polynomials with nonnegative coefficients**,*Robert Israel*

**Re: (rev 1.3) Your Love For Me is uniquely respecting me - and should inspire your Love for others, to be respecting others uniquely as these are - {HRI 20081003-V1.3}**,*Don Stockbauer***Binary Palindromes...not quite**,*Leroy Quet***Re: Binary Palindromes...not quite**,*Mensanator***Re: Binary Palindromes...not quite**,*Mensanator*

**Re: Binary Palindromes...not quite**,*James Waldby*

**In search of a book**,*jmarky5***Re: In search of a book**,*Angus Rodgers***Re: In search of a book**,*jmarky5***Re: In search of a book**,*Angus Rodgers*

**lvfashionworld.com Reebok NFL Equipment Baltimore Ravens #86 Todd Heap Black Alternate***Football Jersey**,*creditbiz38***Seeking (book with) functional def of sine and cosine**,*staschuk***Re: Seeking (book with) functional def of sine and cosine**,*James Burns***Re: Seeking (book with) functional def of sine and cosine**,*Mariano Suárez-Alvarez***Re: Seeking (book with) functional def of sine and cosine**,*Tim Smith***Re: Seeking (book with) functional def of sine and cosine**,*Pete Klimek***Re: Seeking (book with) functional def of sine and cosine**,*staschuk*

**pyramidal numbers**,*amy666***Re: pyramidal numbers**,*Achava Nakhash, the Loving Snake***Re: pyramidal numbers**,*amy666*

**zeta(s) = -1**,*amy666***Re: zeta(s) = -1**,*David C . Ullrich***Re: zeta(s) = -1**,*amy666***Re: zeta(s) = -1**,*Robert Israel***Re: zeta(s) = -1**,*amy666***Re: zeta(s) = -1**,*hagman***Re: zeta(s) = -1**,*David C . Ullrich*

**Welcome to <sci.math>. These suggestions may help you. [24]**,*Ken Pledger***prime formula 30**,*amy666***Re: prime formula 30**,*amy666***Re: prime formula 30**,*Gerry Myerson***Re: prime formula 30**,*amy666***Re: prime formula 30**,*Gerry Myerson***Re: prime formula 30**,*amy666***Re: prime formula 30**,*Gerry Myerson*

**Re: prime formula 30**,*amy666***Re: prime formula 30**,*Gerry Myerson*

**tommy1729 prime counting function approximation**,*amy666***Re: tommy1729 prime counting function approximation**,*jankrihau***Re: tommy1729 prime counting function approximation**,*christian.bau***Re: tommy1729 prime counting function approximation**,*amy666***Re: tommy1729 prime counting function approximation**,*Pumpledumplekins***Re: tommy1729 prime counting function approximation**,*lwalke3***Re: tommy1729 prime counting function approximation**,*amy666***Re: tommy1729 prime counting function approximation**,*Pumpledumplekins***Re: tommy1729 prime counting function approximation**,*jankrihau***Re: tommy1729 prime counting function approximation**,*amy666***Re: tommy1729 prime counting function approximation**,*Pumpledumplekins*

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**Q[x]/p(x)*Q[x]**,*KY***noob question - cardinality of complex numbers..**,*robdevloper***Re: noob question - cardinality of complex numbers..**,*Fatal***Re: noob question - cardinality of complex numbers..**,*David R Tribble***Re: noob question - cardinality of complex numbers..**,*Achava Nakhash, the Loving Snake***Re: noob question - cardinality of complex numbers..**,*Achava Nakhash, the Loving Snake***Re: noob question - cardinality of complex numbers..**,*robdevloper*

**Re: -- Mortgage**,*Jesse F. Hughes***Re: -- Mortgage**,*Han de Bruijn***Re: -- Mortgage**,*Jesse F. Hughes***Re: -- Mortgage**,*Han de Bruijn*

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**Re: -- Mortgage**,*amy666*

**pushouts and schemes**,*mynameisrabbit***Re: pushouts and schemes**,*Mariano Suárez-Alvarez***Re: pushouts and schemes**,*mynameisrabbit*

**Solutions Manual - Fundamentals of Momentum, Heat and Mass Transfer 5th Ed.,**,*jacksmith866*- <Possible follow-ups>
**Solutions Manual - Fundamentals of Momentum, Heat and Mass Transfer 5th Ed.,**,*jacksmith866*

**functional equation**,*mrsmith***Re: functional equation**,*Fatal***Re: functional equation**,*Alois Steindl***Re: functional equation**,*Alois Steindl***Re: functional equation**,*alainverghote@xxxxxxxxx*

**thanks to everybody**,*mrsmith***Re: thanks to everybody**,*amy666*

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**functional equation**,*mrsmith***Re: functional equation**,*Robert Israel***Re: functional equation**,*mrsmith***thanks a lot**,*mrsmith*

**Algebra with I still don't know this.**,*mina_world***Re: Algebra with I still don't know this.**,*Achava Nakhash, the Loving Snake***Re: Algebra with I still don't know this.**,*Derek Holt***Re: Algebra with I still don't know this.**,*Achava Nakhash, the Loving Snake*

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**Algebra with I still don't know this.**,*mina_world***Re: Algebra with I still don't know this.**,*lite . on . beta***Re: Algebra with I still don't know this.**,*Derek Holt*

**Re: Algebra with I still don't know this.**,*Sujeet*

**The sitemap the just keeps giving**,*Wonderluder***Conditions for Convergence of Taylor Series**,*junoexpress***Re: Conditions for Convergence of Taylor Series**,*José Carlos Santos***Re: Conditions for Convergence of Taylor Series**,*junoexpress***Re: Conditions for Convergence of Taylor Series**,*José Carlos Santos***Re: Conditions for Convergence of Taylor Series**,*junoexpress***Re: Conditions for Convergence of Taylor Series**,*José Carlos Santos***Re: Conditions for Convergence of Taylor Series**,*junoexpress***Re: Conditions for Convergence of Taylor Series**,*José Carlos Santos*

**measure theory**,*claire . beige***Center of a bounded distributive complete lattice is a complete lattice?**,*Victor Porton***Re: Center of a bounded distributive complete lattice is a complete lattice?**,*Victor Porton***Re: Center of a bounded distributive complete lattice is a complete lattice?**,*William Elliot***Re: Center of a bounded distributive complete lattice is a complete lattice?**,*scattered***Re: Center of a bounded distributive complete lattice is a complete lattice?**,*William Elliot***Re: Center of a bounded distributive complete lattice is a complete lattice?**,*scattered***Re: Center of a bounded distributive complete lattice is a complete lattice?**,*William Elliot***Re: Center of a bounded distributive complete lattice is a complete lattice?**,*scattered*

**Initial ordinal, forming omega 1**,*persres@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx*- <Possible follow-ups>
**Initial ordinal, forming omega 1**,*persres@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx***Re: Initial ordinal, forming omega 1**,*Dave Seaman***Re: Initial ordinal, forming omega 1**,*persres@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx***Re: Initial ordinal, forming omega 1**,*Denis Feldmann***Re: Initial ordinal, forming omega 1**,*David Hartley***Re: Initial ordinal, forming omega 1**,*Denis Feldmann***Re: Initial ordinal, forming omega 1**,*Denis Feldmann***Re: Initial ordinal, forming omega 1**,*David Hartley***Re: Initial ordinal, forming omega 1**,*Dave Seaman***Re: Initial ordinal, forming omega 1**,*persres@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx***Re: Initial ordinal, forming omega 1**,*Denis Feldmann***Re: Initial ordinal, forming omega 1**,*Dave Seaman***Re: Initial ordinal, forming omega 1**,*David Hartley***Re: Initial ordinal, forming omega 1**,*Dave Seaman***Re: Initial ordinal, forming omega 1**,*Dave Seaman*

**Re: Initial ordinal, forming omega 1**,*Bill Taylor***Re: Initial ordinal, forming omega 1**,*G. A. Edgar*

**fast adult time**,*Tim923***Re: fast adult time**,*Mensanator***Re: fast adult time**,*Tim923***Re: fast adult time**,*Mensanator*

**Re: fast adult time**,*William Elliot***Re: fast adult time**,*Hagen*

**Rewrite this formula...is it possible?**,*dlee91***Re: Rewrite this formula...is it possible?**,*AshtarSheran***Re: Rewrite this formula...is it possible?**,*dlee91***Re: Rewrite this formula...is it possible?**,*zhao . hui . du***Re: Rewrite this formula...is it possible?**,*AshtarSheran***Re: Rewrite this formula...is it possible?**,*Arturo Magidin*

**Re: Rewrite this formula...is it possible?**,*Gerry Myerson*

**Will Any Graduate Program Give Me A Shot???**,*Matt B.***Re: Will Any Graduate Program Give Me A Shot???**,*AshtarSheran***Re: Will Any Graduate Program Give Me A Shot???**,*NotP***Re: Will Any Graduate Program Give Me A Shot???**,*Gerry Myerson*

**combinations (applied to football games)**,*Robert Bencomo***Re: combinations (applied to football games)**,*Arturo Magidin***Re: combinations (applied to football games)**,*Mensanator***Re: combinations (applied to football games)**,*Robert Bencomo***Re: combinations (applied to football games)**,*Arturo Magidin***Re: combinations (applied to football games)**,*Mensanator*

**Re: combinations (applied to football games)**,*Robert Bencomo***Re: combinations (applied to football games)**,*Arturo Magidin*

**Re: combinations (applied to football games)**,*smallpond***Re: combinations (applied to football games)**,*Mensanator*

**Gaussian Integers**,*lite . on . beta***Re: Gaussian Integers**,*Arturo Magidin***Re: Gaussian Integers**,*lite . on . beta***Re: Gaussian Integers**,*Arturo Magidin*

**Re: Gaussian Integers**,*Fatal***Re: Gaussian Integers**,*Arturo Magidin*

**Simple math problem baffles me: mg per ml**,*Clueless in Seattle***Re: Simple math problem baffles me: mg per ml**,*AshtarSheran***Re: Simple math problem baffles me: mg per ml**,*Clueless in Seattle*

**Re: Simple math problem baffles me: mg per ml**,*Mensanator***Re: Simple math problem baffles me: mg per ml**,*Mensanator***Re: Simple math problem baffles me: mg per ml**,*Clueless in Seattle*

**Re: Simple math problem baffles me: mg per ml**,*Clueless in Seattle***Re: Simple math problem baffles me: mg per ml**,*Clueless in Seattle*

**Re: Simple math problem baffles me: mg per ml**,*Michael Press*

**Unconstructed Existence**,*Charles Wells***Question regarding simplifying polynomials**,*stephensimpson80***Re: Question regarding simplifying polynomials**,*hagman***Re: Question regarding simplifying polynomials**,*Joshua Cranmer***Re: Question regarding simplifying polynomials**,*Ray Vickson***Re: Question regarding simplifying polynomials**,*stephensimpson80*

**combinatorics question..**,*robdevloper***Re: combinatorics question..**,*robdevloper***Re: combinatorics question..**,*robdevloper***Re: combinatorics question..**,*Gerry Myerson*

**beginners: algebra and substitution of negative value question**,*popi papi***Re: beginners: algebra and substitution of negative value question**,*José Carlos Santos***Re: beginners: algebra and substitution of negative value question**,*Arturo Magidin***Re: beginners: algebra and substitution of negative value question**,*Angus Rodgers***Re: beginners: algebra and substitution of negative value question**,*popi papi*

**Algebra with division ring, unit.**,*mina_world***Re: Algebra with division ring, unit.**,*David Bernier***Re: Algebra with division ring, unit.**,*quasi***Re: Algebra with division ring, unit.**,*mina_world***Re: Algebra with division ring, unit.**,*Bill Dubuque*

**Prove a limit**,*zdu***Re: Prove a limit**,*se16***Re: Prove a limit**,*David C. Ullrich***Re: Prove a limit**,*se16***Re: Prove a limit**,*zdu***Re: Prove a limit**,*se16***Re: Prove a limit**,*zhao . hui . du***Re: Prove a limit**,*se16***Re: Prove a limit**,*zhao . hui . du***Re: Prove a limit**,*se16***Re: Prove a limit**,*zhao . hui . du***Re: Prove a limit**,*se16***Re: Prove a limit**,*zhao . hui . du***Re: Prove a limit**,*zhao . hui . du***Re: Prove a limit**,*David C . Ullrich*

**Re: Prove a limit**,*se16*

**Re: last five non zero digit of 10^12!**,*zdu*- <Possible follow-ups>
**Re: last five non zero digit of 10^12!**,*Tim Smith***Re: last five non zero digit of 10^12!**,*Tim Smith***Re: last five non zero digit of 10^12!**,*zhao . hui . du*

**Calculus with Lagrange multiplier.**,*mina_world***Re: Calculus with Lagrange multiplier.**,*Ray Vickson***Re: Calculus with Lagrange multiplier.**,*mina_world***Re: Calculus with Lagrange multiplier.**,*Mariano Suárez-Alvarez*

**Localization of integers at set excluding p1,p2,...,pk from prime factorization**,*lite . on . beta***associates in integral domains**,*lite . on . beta***Re: associates in integral domains**,*quasi***Re: associates in integral domains**,*quasi***Re: associates in integral domains**,*lite . on . beta***Re: associates in integral domains**,*quasi***Re: associates in integral domains**,*Bill Dubuque*

**Re: associates in integral domains**,*Arturo Magidin***Re: associates in integral domains**,*Muhammad***Re: associates in integral domains**,*Bill Dubuque***Re: associates in integral domains**,*Muhammad***Re: associates in integral domains**,*Muhammad*

**Re: associates in integral domains**,*Muhammad*

**Re: associates in integral domains**,*Muhammad***Re: associates in integral domains**,*quasi***Re: associates in integral domains**,*Muhammad*

**Re: associates in integral domains**,*Muhammad*

**Prove of the limit inferior of a sequence**,*TheGist***Re: Prove of the limit inferior of a sequence**,*fishfry***Re: Prove of the limit inferior of a sequence**,*David C . Ullrich***Re: Prove of the limit inferior of a sequence**,*TheGist***Re: Prove of the limit inferior of a sequence**,*Ray Vickson*

**A similar conjecture in lattice theory**,*Victor Porton***Re: A similar conjecture in lattice theory**,*Victor Porton***Re: A similar conjecture in lattice theory**,*William Elliot*

**(root2) prime ideal of Z[root2]**,*lite . on . beta***Re: (root2) prime ideal of Z[root2]**,*Mariano Suárez-Alvarez***Re: (root2) prime ideal of Z[root2]**,*Bill Dubuque*

**Continuity**,*conrad***Re: Continuity**,*Arturo Magidin***Re: Continuity**,*conrad***Re: Continuity**,*Ross A. Finlayson***Re: Continuity**,*Chip Eastham***Re: Continuity**,*Arturo Magidin*

**Re: Continuity**,*Salviati***Re: Continuity**,*Arturo Magidin***Re: Continuity**,*Salviati***Re: Continuity**,*Ross A. Finlayson***Re: Continuity**,*Salviati*

**Re: Solution Manual for many classes including Structural Analysis by Hibbeler; 6th Edition**,*birol***Re: map**,*kupier***C[0,1] x C[0,1] is closed**,*Carl R.***Re: C[0,1] x C[0,1] is closed**,*José Carlos Santos***Re: C[0,1] x C[0,1] is closed**,*Robert Israel***Re: C[0,1] x C[0,1] is closed**,*José Carlos Santos*

**Re: C[0,1] x C[0,1] is closed**,*The World Wide Wade***Re: C[0,1] x C[0,1] is closed**,*José Carlos Santos*

**Re: C[0,1] x C[0,1] is closed**,*Carl R.***Re: C[0,1] x C[0,1] is closed**,*José Carlos Santos*

**Re: C[0,1] x C[0,1] is closed**,*The World Wide Wade*

**Impossible for a number multiplied by zero to equal zero**,*Phantom scojocupcake***Re: Impossible for a number multiplied by zero to equal zero**,*amzoti***Re: Impossible for a number multiplied by zero to equal zero**,*G. A. Edgar***Re: Impossible for a number multiplied by zero to equal zero**,*Michael Press***Re: Impossible for a number multiplied by zero to equal zero**,*Alex Plantema*

**Re: Impossible for a number multiplied by zero to equal zero**,*scattered***Re: Impossible for a number multiplied by zero to equal zero**,*Virgil***Re: Impossible for a number multiplied by zero to equal zero**,*Phantom scojocupcake***Re: Impossible for a number multiplied by zero to equal zero**,*Phantom scojocupcake***Re: Impossible for a number multiplied by zero to equal zero**,*Mensanator***Re: Impossible for a number multiplied by zero to equal zero**,*David R Tribble***Re: Impossible for a number multiplied by zero to equal zero**,*scattered***Re: Impossible for a number multiplied by zero to equal zero**,*Michael Stemper***Re: Impossible for a number multiplied by zero to equal zero**,*Salviati***Re: Impossible for a number multiplied by zero to equal zero**,*Mariano Suárez-Alvarez***Re: Impossible for a number multiplied by zero to equal zero**,*Cory Knapp*

**Re: Impossible for a number multiplied by zero to equal zero**,*Phantom scojocupcake***Re: Impossible for a number multiplied by zero to equal zero**,*Mensanator***Re: Impossible for a number multiplied by zero to equal zero**,*Michael Press***Re: Impossible for a number multiplied by zero to equal zero**,*Don Del Grande***Re: Impossible for a number multiplied by zero to equal zero**,*Mensanator***Re: Impossible for a number multiplied by zero to equal zero**,*Don Del Grande***Re: Impossible for a number multiplied by zero to equal zero**,*Mensanator***Re: Impossible for a number multiplied by zero to equal zero**,*Phantom scojocupcake***Re: Impossible for a number multiplied by zero to equal zero**,*Brian Chandler***Re: Impossible for a number multiplied by zero to equal zero**,*Jesse F. Hughes***Re: Impossible for a number multiplied by zero to equal zero**,*David R Tribble***Re: Impossible for a number multiplied by zero to equal zero**,*David R Tribble***Re: Impossible for a number multiplied by zero to equal zero**,*Mensanator***Re: Impossible for a number multiplied by zero to equal zero**,*Mariano Suárez-Alvarez***Re: Impossible for a number multiplied by zero to equal zero**,*Mensanator***Re: Impossible for a number multiplied by zero to equal zero**,*Michael Press***Re: Impossible for a number multiplied by zero to equal zero**,*amzoti*

**Re: Impossible for a number multiplied by zero to equal zero**,*Fact checker***Re: Impossible for a number multiplied by zero to equal zero**,*T.H. Ray***Re: Impossible for a number multiplied by zero to equal zero**,*Phantom scojocupcake***Re: Impossible for a number multiplied by zero to equal zero**,*Phantom scojocupcake***Re: Impossible for a number multiplied by zero to equal zero**,*Cory Knapp***Re: Impossible for a number multiplied by zero to equal zero**,*Mensanator*

**Re: Impossible for a number multiplied by zero to equal zero**,*Jesse F. Hughes***Re: Impossible for a number multiplied by zero to equal zero**,*Brian Chandler***Re: Impossible for a number multiplied by zero to equal zero**,*Jesse F. Hughes***Re: Impossible for a number multiplied by zero to equal zero**,*Phil Carmody***Re: Impossible for a number multiplied by zero to equal zero**,*Jesse F. Hughes*

**Impossible for a number multiplied by zero to be zero**,*Phantom scojocupcake***How do I convert a geocentric equatorial coordinate to a rectangular/Cartesian coordinate?**,*Ultrus***Re: Solutions Manuals & Test banks AVAILABLE w/ SAMPLES - Accounting, Finance, Taxation**,*Joel . Teissonniere***first order**,*Student of Math***count n digit numbers**,*niklaus***Re: Where does infinity begin?**,*Ross A. Finlayson*- <Possible follow-ups>
**Re: Where does infinity begin?**,*Ross A. Finlayson***Re: Where does infinity begin?**,*scattered***Re: Where does infinity begin?**,*Ross A. Finlayson*

**conjugacy separability**,*emath***Re: conjugacy separability**,*Jack Schmidt*

**Re: Q/Z question**,*Arturo Magidin**Message not available***Re: Q/Z question**,*Arturo Magidin*

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**Re: Q/Z question**,*Tonico**Message not available***Re: Q/Z question**,*Tonico*

**Minimal Polynomial**,*KY***simple scheme question**,*mynameisrabbit***Re: simple scheme question**,*Hagen*

**Differential**,*mitch***Re: Differential**,*Alois Steindl***Re: Differential**,*A N Niel**Message not available**Message not available***Re: Differential**,*Alois Steindl*

*Message not available**Message not available***Re: Differential**,*Fabian*

**New mathematics / physical sciences positions at http://jobs.phds.org, Oct 13, 2008**,*PhDs . org***functions of L^2**,*mrsmith***Re: functions of L^2**,*Robert Israel*

**The First Variation of a PDF**,*junoexpress***Re: The First Variation of a PDF**,*William Elliot***Re: The First Variation of a PDF**,*junoexpress***Re: The First Variation of a PDF**,*William Elliot*

**Fun math: Delayed-Carrying Vertically-Aligned Multiplication**,*Yao Ziyuan***Real Analysis Proof: Intersection and Union of an Indexed Set**,*sehlessteh***Maxima Reference Card**,*Greg***Re: Maxima Reference Card**,*Raymond Manzoni*

**True or false? Sylow's theorem**,*Carl R.***Re: True or false? Sylow's theorem**,*Arturo Magidin***Re: True or false? Sylow's theorem**,*Carl R.***Re: True or false? Sylow's theorem**,*mina_world*

**"Great Ellipse" Or "Elliptic Great Circle"?**,*Kaimbridge***Math that gets its meaning from physics**,*BURT***Re: Math that gets its meaning from physics**,*Muhammad***Re: Math that gets its meaning from physics**,*BURT***Re: Math that gets its meaning from physics**,*Muhammad***Re: Math that gets its meaning from physics**,*Don Stockbauer*

**Re: Math that gets its meaning from physics**,*Herman Rubin*

**Mutually exclusive question**,*Zoot***Re: Mutually exclusive question**,*Dan***Re: Mutually exclusive question**,*[Mr.] Lynn Kurtz***Re: Mutually exclusive question**,*cwldoc***Re: Mutually exclusive question**,*[Mr.] Lynn Kurtz*

**Re: #5 eliminate all short selling Re: why I am so calm about the Stock M**,*David Bernier***Paper on Uncertain Geometry Available**,*Jacko***Dirichlet kernel like function**,*junoexpress***Re: Dirichlet kernel like function**,*junoexpress***Re: Dirichlet kernel like function**,*junoexpress*

**Some questions I have while studying Rings (newb)**,*G Patel***Re: Some questions I have while studying Rings (newb)**,*smn***Re: Some questions I have while studying Rings (newb)**,*Arturo Magidin***Re: Some questions I have while studying Rings (newb)**,*Jack Schmidt***Re: Some questions I have while studying Rings (newb)**,*G Patel***Re: Some questions I have while studying Rings (newb)**,*G Patel***Re: Some questions I have while studying Rings (newb)**,*galathaea***Re: Some questions I have while studying Rings (newb)**,*Ted Hwa***Re: Some questions I have while studying Rings (newb)**,*Arturo Magidin***Re: Some questions I have while studying Rings (newb)**,*Arturo Magidin*

**Re: there are still drives that talk with you**,*amy666*- <Possible follow-ups>
**Re: there are still drives that talk with you**,*amy666***Re: there are still drives that talk with you**,*T.H. Ray***Re: there are still drives that talk with you**,*Michael Press***Re: there are still drives that talk with you**,*amy666*

**Minkowski spacetime and GRT.**,*socratus***Algebra with A_8 , order.**,*mina_world***Re: Algebra with A_8 , order.**,*Derek Holt*

**Algebra with finite extension field before.**,*mina_world***Re: Algebra with finite extension field before.**,*William Elliot***Re: Algebra with finite extension field before.**,*Bill Dubuque*

**Is there as English translation of "Conatuum praecipuorum theoriam parallelarum demonstrandi"?**,*lbrtchx***Algebra with extension field, degree.**,*mina_world***Why does the "smallest integer, which can be divided by all integers up to x" tend to e^x as x-> infinity?**,*Chris Dew***Re: Why does the "smallest integer, which can be divided by all integers up to x" tend to e^x as x-> infinity?**,*G. A. Edgar***Re: Why does the "smallest integer, which can be divided by all integers up to x" tend to e^x as x-> infinity?**,*Michael Stemper***Re: Why does the "smallest integer, which can be divided by all integers up to x" tend to e^x as x-> infinity?**,*Tim Smith*

**Normed Vector Spaces, Inner Product Spaces**,*Kobu***Re: Normed Vector Spaces, Inner Product Spaces**,*José Carlos Santos***Re: Normed Vector Spaces, Inner Product Spaces**,*A N Niel***Re: Normed Vector Spaces, Inner Product Spaces**,*José Carlos Santos*

**Re: Normed Vector Spaces, Inner Product Spaces**,*Zdislav V. Kovarik*

**complex numbers and the law of cosine**,*deadpickle***Re: complex numbers and the law of cosine**,*Kobu***Re: complex numbers and the law of cosine**,*fishfry***Re: complex numbers and the law of cosine**,*Zdislav V. Kovarik*

**Re: complex numbers and the law of cosine-**,*JEMebius***Re: complex numbers and the law of cosine-**,*Zdislav V. Kovarik*

**Re: complex numbers and the law of cosine**,*Robert J. Kolker***Re: complex numbers and the law of cosine**,*Axel Vogt*- <Possible follow-ups>
**Re: complex numbers and the law of cosine**,*Kobu*

**a question about Fourier series**,*Yihong***Re: a question about Fourier series**,*José Carlos Santos***Re: a question about Fourier series**,*David C . Ullrich***Re: a question about Fourier series**,*José Carlos Santos***Re: a question about Fourier series**,*The World Wide Wade***Re: a question about Fourier series**,*José Carlos Santos***Re: a question about Fourier series**,*Q*

**Re: a question about Fourier series**,*Ejo***Re: a question about Fourier series**,*David C . Ullrich***Re: a question about Fourier series**,*Yihong***Re: a question about Fourier series**,*The World Wide Wade***Re: a question about Fourier series**,*The World Wide Wade***Re: a question about Fourier series**,*Yihong***Re: a question about Fourier series**,*The World Wide Wade***Re: a question about Fourier series**,*The World Wide Wade***Re: a question about Fourier series**,*David C . Ullrich***Re: a question about Fourier series**,*David C . Ullrich***Re: a question about Fourier series**,*David C . Ullrich***Re: a question about Fourier series**,*Yihong*

**The 2008 Nobel Prize in Physics.**,*socratus***Re: The 2008 Nobel Prize in Physics.**,*socratus***Re: The 2008 Nobel Prize in Physics.**,*Salviati***Re: The 2008 Nobel Prize in Physics.**,*spudnik*

**Tangent space question**,*Rotwang***prove equivalence (of categories) is a full functor**,*cwldoc***subrings of ZxZ**,*Luke Wu***Re: subrings of ZxZ**,*Arturo Magidin***Re: subrings of ZxZ**,*quasi*

**Test Bank And Solution Manual**,*Student Plus***generalised rational function fields (rabbits in rabbit fields)**,*galathaea***Re: generalised rational function fields (rabbits in rabbit fields)**,*galathaea***Re: generalised rational function fields (rabbits in rabbit fields)**,*David Bernier***Re: generalised rational function fields (rabbits in rabbit fields)**,*Ross A. Finlayson***Re: generalised rational function fields (rabbits in rabbit fields)**,*galathaea*- <Possible follow-ups>
**Re: generalised rational function fields (rabbits in rabbit fields)**,*galathaea*

**Intersection of Linear Relations**,*Albert***Re: Intersection of Linear Relations**,*Don Stockbauer***Re: Intersection of Linear Relations**,*Don Stockbauer*

**Re: Intersection of Linear Relations**,*Albert***Re: Intersection of Linear Relations**,*William Elliot***Re: Intersection of Linear Relations**,*Albert*

**Re: why I am so calm about the Stock Market, and when this subprime housi**,*David Bernier***Countability: I need help proving that the cross product of 2 countable sets is countable.**,*sehlessteh***Re: Countability: I need help proving that the cross product of 2 countable sets is countable.**,*Jan Andres***Re: Countability: I need help proving that the cross product of 2 countable sets is countable.**,*Mariano Suárez-Alvarez*

**Re: Countability: I need help proving that the cross product of 2 countable sets is countable.**,*TTroy***Re: Countability: I need help proving that the cross product of 2 countable sets is countable.**,*Dave Seaman***Re: Countability: I need help proving that the cross product of 2 countable sets is countable.**,*TTroy***Re: Countability: I need help proving that the cross product of 2 countable sets is countable.**,*fishfry***Re: Countability: I need help proving that the cross product of 2 countable sets is countable.**,*Michael Stemper***Re: Countability: I need help proving that the cross product of 2 countable sets is countable.**,*Achava Nakhash, the Loving Snake***Re: Countability: I need help proving that the cross product of 2 countable sets is countable.**,*Daniel Grubb***Re: Countability: I need help proving that the cross product of 2 countable sets is countable.**,*Achava Nakhash, the Loving Snake*

**figure 8 curve**,*zim_bob***Re: figure 8 curve**,*Mariano Suárez-Alvarez***Re: figure 8 curve**,*zim_bob***Re: figure 8 curve**,*Philippe 92*

**Book Review: Stewart Shapiro's "Thinking about Mathematics"**,*lbrtchx***Simultaneous Linear Congruent Equations (solving)...**,*gg_sci_math***Re: Simultaneous Linear Congruent Equations (solving)...**,*Mensanator***Re: Simultaneous Linear Congruent Equations (solving)...**,*William Elliot***Re: Simultaneous Linear Congruent Equations (solving)...**,*Rob Johnson***Re: Simultaneous Linear Congruent Equations (solving)...**,*gg_sci_math*

**Re: FLT: a short amateur proof for case 2: where is the mistake?**,*rcb*- <Possible follow-ups>
**Re: FLT: a short amateur proof for case 2: where is the mistake?**,*junoexpress***Re: FLT: a short amateur proof for case 2: where is the mistake?**,*rcb***Re: FLT: a short amateur proof for case 2: where is the mistake?**,*raycb***Re: FLT: a short amateur proof for case 2: where is the mistake?**,*raycb***Re: FLT: a short amateur proof for case 2: where is the mistake?**,*Denis Feldmann***Re: FLT: a short amateur proof for case 2: where is the mistake?**,*Pubkeybreaker***Re: FLT: a short amateur proof for case 2: where is the mistake?**,*hagman***Re: FLT: a short amateur proof for case 2: where is the mistake?**,*raycb***Re: FLT: a short amateur proof for case 2: where is the mistake?**,*hagman***Re: FLT: a short amateur proof for case 2: where is the mistake?**,*raycb*

**Re: FLT: a short amateur proof for case 2: where is the mistake?**,*spudnik*

**P = NP!**,*Yaakov Davis***Re: P = NP!**,*Joshua Cranmer***Re: P = NP!**,*Yaakov Davis***Re: P = NP!**,*Yaakov Davis***Re: P = NP!**,*Joshua Cranmer***Re: P = NP!**,*Yaakov Davis***Re: P = NP!**,*Yaakov Davis***Re: P = NP!**,*Joshua Cranmer***Re: P = NP!**,*Yaakov Davis***Re: P = NP!**,*Joshua Cranmer***Re: P = NP!**,*Yaakov Davis***Re: P = NP!**,*Joshua Cranmer***Re: P = NP!**,*Yaakov Davis***Re: P = NP!**,*Denis Feldmann*

**Re: P = NP!**,*Denis Feldmann***Re: P = NP!**,*Dave***Re: P = NP!**,*Mariano Suárez-Alvarez***Re: P = NP!**,*Yaakov Davis*

**Re: P = NP!**,*newbie***Re: P = NP!**,*Tim Smith***Re: P = NP!**,*Yaakov Davis*

**Re: P = NP!**,*riderofgiraffes*

**Re: P = NP!**,*Jan Andres***Re: P = NP!**,*Cory Knapp***Re: P = NP!**,*Joshua Cranmer***Re: P = NP!**,*Tim Smith*

**Re: P = NP!**,*Yaakov Davis*

**i need that solution manual too**,*rasoolebrahimi***Number Theoretic Computation**,*Narek Saribekyan***Re: Number Theoretic Computation**,*Narek Saribekyan***Re: Number Theoretic Computation**,*kunzmilan***Re: Number Theoretic Computation**,*Ejo***Re: Number Theoretic Computation**,*Rob Johnson*

**Re: exr - quotient of infinite cyclic group**,*Tonico***Re: Limits**,*Dave L. Renfro***Re: Solutions manual to Numerical methods for engineers 5th by Chapra**,*Mainon . kochek***A question in group theory**,*Tonico***Re: A question in group theory**,*Derek Holt***Re: A question in group theory**,*Tonico***Re: A question in group theory**,*Derek Holt***Re: A question in group theory**,*Jack Schmidt***Re: A question in group theory**,*Tonico***Re: A question in group theory**,*Jack Schmidt***Re: A question in group theory**,*Tonico*

**JSH - did he drop the hammer?**,*Gib Bogle***Re: JSH - did he drop the hammer?**,*amzoti***Re: JSH - did he drop the hammer?**,*Gib Bogle***Re: JSH - did he drop the hammer?**,*David Bernier***Re: JSH - did he drop the hammer?**,*johoie***Re: JSH - did he drop the hammer?**,*Gib Bogle***Re: JSH - did he drop the hammer?**,*Denis Feldmann*

**Re: JSH - did he drop the hammer?**,*fishfry***Re: JSH - did he drop the hammer?**,*Gib Bogle*

**Re: JSH - did he drop the hammer?**,*Larry Hammick*

**Rationalize**,*KY***Re: Rationalize**,*KY***Re: Rationalize**,*quasi***Re: Rationalize**,*quasi*

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**Rationalize**,*KY***Re: Rationalize**,*quasi***[] Rationalize**,*William Elliot***Re: Rationalize**,*KY*

**Re: Rationalize**,*Dave L. Renfro***Re: Rationalize**,*KY***Re: Rationalize-**,*JEMebius***Re: Rationalize-**,*Mariano Suárez-Alvarez***Re: Rationalize-**,*Bill Dubuque***Re: Rationalize-**,*amy666***Re: Rationalize--**,*JEMebius*

**Re: Rationalize**,*KY***Re: Rationalize**,*KY*

**What is the mathematical definition of round?**,*BURT***Re: What is the mathematical definition of round?**,*Dave***Re: What is the mathematical definition of round?**,*BURT***Re: What is the mathematical definition of round?**,*Dave***Re: What is the mathematical definition of round?**,*BURT***Re: What is the mathematical definition of round?**,*bill***Re: What is the mathematical definition of round?**,*Virgil***Re: What is the mathematical definition of round?**,*William Elliot***Re: What is the mathematical definition of round?**,*gudi***Re: What is the mathematical definition of round?**,*William Elliot***Re: What is the mathematical definition of round?**,*gudi***Re: What is the mathematical definition of round?**,*gudi***Re: What is the mathematical definition of round?**,*Zdislav V. Kovarik***Re: What is the mathematical definition of round?**,*gudi***Re: What is the mathematical definition of round?**,*gudi***Re: What is the mathematical definition of round?**,*Don Stockbauer***Re: What is the mathematical definition of round?**,*T.H. Ray*

**Re: What is the mathematical definition of round?**,*Herman Rubin***Re: What is the mathematical definition of round?**,*Dave***Re: What is the mathematical definition of round?**,*mjc***Re: What is the mathematical definition of round?**,*gudi***Re: What is the mathematical definition of round?**,*William Elliot***Re: What is the mathematical definition of round?**,*T.H. Ray***Re: What is the mathematical definition of round?**,*Dave Seaman***Re: What is the mathematical definition of round?**,*T.H. Ray***Re: What is the mathematical definition of round?**,*Dave Seaman***Re: What is the mathematical definition of round?**,*William Elliot***Re: What is the mathematical definition of round?**,*T.H. Ray***Re: What is the mathematical definition of round?**,*Han de Bruijn***Re: What is the mathematical definition of round?**,*T.H. Ray***Re: What is the mathematical definition of round?**,*Han de Bruijn***Re: What is the mathematical definition of round?**,*Dave Seaman***Re: What is the mathematical definition of round?**,*T.H. Ray***Re: What is the mathematical definition of round?**,*Dave Seaman***Re: What is the mathematical definition of round?**,*T.H. Ray***Re: What is the mathematical definition of round?**,*Dave Seaman***Re: What is the mathematical definition of round?**,*William Elliot***Re: What is the mathematical definition of round?**,*Dave Seaman***Re: What is the mathematical definition of round?**,*Horand . Gassmann*

**Re: What is the mathematical definition of round?**,*Salviati***Re: What is the mathematical definition of round?**,*Han de Bruijn***Re: What is the mathematical definition of round?**,*William Elliot***Re: What is the mathematical definition of round?**,*Virgil***Re: What is the mathematical definition of round?**,*Han de Bruijn*

**a UFD whose maximal ideals are principal is a PID**,*lite . on . beta***Re: a UFD whose maximal ideals are principal is a PID**,*Bill Dubuque***Re: a UFD whose maximal ideals are principal is a PID**,*lite . on . beta***Re: a UFD whose maximal ideals are principal is a PID**,*Bill Dubuque*

**Re: a UFD whose maximal ideals are principal is a PID**,*quasi*

**prove -1/2 is not a subsequential limit of S_n**,*Cliff MacGillivray***Re: prove -1/2 is not a subsequential limit of S_n**,*Jan Andres***Re: prove -1/2 is not a subsequential limit of S_n**,*Cliff MacGillivray***Re: prove -1/2 is not a subsequential limit of S_n**,*Jan Andres*

**Re: prove -1/2 is not a subsequential limit of S_n**,*Torsten Hennig***Re: prove -1/2 is not a subsequential limit of S_n**,*Cliff MacGillivray***Re: prove -1/2 is not a subsequential limit of S_n**,*Torsten Hennig*

**Re: elementary relation--proof?**,*Monara dwi darma***Physics 6th by cutnell john Solution Manual**,*alexjohnson9x9@xxxxxxxxx***Re: about the recent L-function result**,*David Bernier***Re: about the recent L-function result**,*Marko Amnell***Re: about the recent L-function result**,*David Bernier*

**Topology question**,*polymedes***Re: Topology question**,*pauldepstein***Re: Topology question**,*The World Wide Wade*

**Re: Topology question**,*G. A. Edgar***Re: Topology question**,*pauldepstein***Re: Topology question**,*G. A. Edgar*

**Re: Topology question**,*Dave L. Renfro***Re: Topology question**,*cwldoc*

**Request : solution manual for macroeconomics blanchard 4ed.**,*Nickname***Diophantine approximation?**,*mrsmith***Re: Diophantine approximation?**,*William Elliot***Re: Diophantine approximation?**,*mrsmith***Re: Diophantine approximation?**,*A N Niel***Re: Diophantine approximation?**,*William Elliot*

**NYTimes with Math skills suffer in U.S.**,*mina_world***Re: NYTimes with Math skills suffer in U.S.**,*Dave L. Renfro***Re: NYTimes with Math skills suffer in U.S.**,*Robert Israel*

**Quadratic inequalities involving roots of negative numbers**,*Albert***Bright alien can't understand human mathematics.**,*mina_world***Re: Bright alien can't understand human mathematics.**,*Angus Rodgers***Re: Bright alien can't understand human mathematics.**,*Herman Rubin***Re: Bright alien can't understand human mathematics.**,*Robert Israel*

**Re: Bright alien can't understand human mathematics.**,*amzoti*

**Filter Images**,*William Elliot***Geometry with Leonardo, Pythagoras.**,*mina_world***Re: Geometry with Leonardo, Pythagoras.**,*Philippe 92*

**system of 3 equations**,*TTroy***Re: system of 3 equations**,*Torsten Hennig***Re: system of 3 equations**,*TTroy***Re: system of 3 equations**,*Torsten Hennig*

**Re: system of 3 equations**,*Ray Vickson***Re: system of 3 equations**,*TTroy***Re: system of 3 equations**,*Ray Vickson***Re: system of 3 equations**,*Ray Vickson*

**Re: Abstract/modern algebra book**,*Gerry Myerson***analysis problem and continuity**,*Carl R.***Re: analysis problem and continuity**,*William Elliot***Re: analysis problem and continuity**,*David C . Ullrich***Re: analysis problem and continuity**,*William Elliot*

**Re: analysis problem and continuity**,*Carl R.***Re: analysis problem and continuity**,*William Elliot*

**CARTESIAN DEFENSE ???**,*amy666***Re: CARTESIAN DEFENSE ???**,*amy666***Re: CARTESIAN DEFENSE ???**,*Denis Feldmann***Re: CARTESIAN DEFENSE ???**,*amy666*

**Proof of the Four Color Theorem by Contradiction**,*bill***Re: Proof of the Four Color Theorem by Contradiction**,*Arturo Magidin***Re: Proof of the Four Color Theorem by Contradiction**,*spudnik***Re: Proof of the Four Color Theorem by Contradiction**,*bill***Re: Proof of the Four Color Theorem by Contradiction**,*amzoti***Re: Proof of the Four Color Theorem by Contradiction**,*amzoti***Re: Proof of the Four Color Theorem by Contradiction**,*bill***Re: Proof of the Four Color Theorem by Contradiction**,*Mariano Suárez-Alvarez***Re: Proof of the Four Color Theorem by Contradiction**,*bill***Re: Proof of the Four Color Theorem by Contradiction**,*Mariano Suárez-Alvarez***Re: Proof of the Four Color Theorem by Contradiction**,*robdevloper***Re: Proof of the Four Color Theorem by Contradiction**,*Tim Smith***Re: Proof of the Four Color Theorem by Contradiction**,*spudnik***Re: Proof of the Four Color Theorem by Contradiction**,*tjensen***Re: Proof of the Four Color Theorem by Contradiction**,*spudnik***Re: Proof of the Four Color Theorem by Contradiction**,*tjensen***Re: Proof of the Four Color Theorem by Contradiction**,*amzoti*

**nth Pythagorean triplets**,*Terry IT***Re: nth Pythagorean triplets**,*Roman B. Binder***Re: nth Pythagorean triplets**,*Terry IT***Re: nth Pythagorean triplets**,*Philippe 92***Re: nth Pythagorean triplets**,*niklaus***Re: nth Pythagorean triplets**,*Philippe 92*

**Algebra with nontrivial homomorphism.**,*mina_world***Re: Algebra with nontrivial homomorphism.**,*José Carlos Santos***Re: Algebra with nontrivial homomorphism.**,*William Elliot***Re: Algebra with nontrivial homomorphism.**,*mina_world***Re: Algebra with nontrivial homomorphism.**,*José Carlos Santos***Re: Algebra with nontrivial homomorphism.**,*William Elliot***Re: Algebra with nontrivial homomorphism.**,*Mariano Suárez-Alvarez***Re: Algebra with nontrivial homomorphism.**,*William Elliot*

**Does second-order stationary ensure first-order stationary?**,*senator***MINIMAL POLYNOMIALS FOR CERTAIN COSINES**,*wheierman@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx***Re: MINIMAL POLYNOMIALS FOR CERTAIN COSINES**,*Gerry Myerson***Re: MINIMAL POLYNOMIALS FOR CERTAIN COSINES**,*Michael Press*

**diophontine equation**,*osman asil hacıibrahm***Re: diophontine equation**,*Gerry***Re: diophontine equation**,*Gerry Myerson***Re: diophontine equation**,*Gerry***Re: diophontine equation**,*gerry*

**Re: diophontine equation**,*Gerry Myerson*

**Analysis with dense, irrational.**,*mina_world***Re: Analysis with dense, irrational.**,*mina_world***Re: Analysis with dense, irrational.**,*William Elliot***Re: Analysis with dense, irrational.**,*mina_world*

**Re: Analysis with dense, irrational.**,*The World Wide Wade***funny one**,*amy666*

**Re: maximal number of points in a set such that no more than three lie in same "direction"?**,*c.rowat@xxxxxxxxxx***cheap *** coogi t-shirts (www.3Akicks.com) *** coogi hoodies**,*sneakers_in_chinaqqq***counting/probability question**,*TheGist***Re: counting/probability question**,*Torsten Hennig***Re: counting/probability question**,*nick***Re: counting/probability question**,*William Elliot***Re: counting/probability question**,*se16***Re: counting/probability question**,*Francisco de León-Sotelo y Esteban***Re: counting/probability question**,*Michael Press*

**Algebra with gcd, lcm.**,*mina_world***Re: Algebra with gcd, lcm.**,*Bill Dubuque*

**sci.math**,*Ross A. Finlayson*- <Possible follow-ups>
**sci.math**,*mynameisrabbit***Re: sci.math**,*amzoti***Re: sci.math**,*Cliff MacGillivray***Re: sci.math**,*mynameisrabbit***Re: sci.math**,*amzoti***Re: sci.math**,*amzoti***Re: sci.math**,*LudovicoVan***Re: sci.math**,*Mensanator***Re: sci.math**,*Tim Smith***Re: sci.math**,*David R Tribble*

**Re: sci.math**,*Ross A. Finlayson*

**Re: sketch of small step in big proof**,*daniel t***Re: sketch of small step in big proof**,*Gerry Myerson***Re: sketch of small step in big proof**,*daniel t*

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**Re: sketch of small step in big proof**,*daniel t***Re: sketch of small step in big proof**,*Gerry Myerson***Re: sketch of small step in big proof**,*daniel t***Re: sketch of small step in big proof**,*gerry***Re: sketch of small step in big proof**,*daniel t***Re: sketch of small step in big proof**,*gerry***Re: sketch of small step in big proof**,*daniel t***Re: sketch of small step in big proof**,*daniel t***Re: sketch of small step in big proof**,*daniel t***Re: sketch of small step in big proof**,*Gerry Myerson*

**Re: sketch of small step in big proof**,*daniel t***Re: sketch of small step in big proof**,*Gerry Myerson***Re: sketch of small step in big proof**,*daniel t***Re: sketch of small step in big proof**,*daniel t***Re: sketch of small step in big proof**,*daniel t***Re: sketch of small step in big proof**,*Denis Feldmann***Re: sketch of small step in big proof**,*daniel t***Re: sketch of small step in big proof**,*Denis Feldmann***Re: sketch of small step in big proof**,*gerry***Re: sketch of small step in big proof**,*daniel t***Re: sketch of small step in big proof**,*daniel t***Re: sketch of small step in big proof**,*Gerry Myerson***Re: sketch of small step in big proof**,*daniel t*

**Re: sketch of small step in big proof**,*daniel t***Re: sketch of small step in big proof**,*Denis Feldmann***Re: sketch of small step in big proof**,*daniel t***Re: sketch of small step in big proof**,*gerry***Re: sketch of small step in big proof**,*daniel t***Re: sketch of small step in big proof**,*daniel t***Re: sketch of small step in big proof**,*daniel t***Re: sketch of small step in big proof**,*daniel t***Re: sketch of small step in big proof**,*Gerry Myerson***Re: sketch of small step in big proof**,*daniel t***Re: sketch of small step in big proof**,*daniel t***Re: sketch of small step in big proof**,*Gerry Myerson***Re: sketch of small step in big proof**,*daniel t***Re: sketch of small step in big proof**,*daniel t***Re: sketch of small step in big proof**,*daniel t***Re: sketch of small step in big proof**,*Denis Feldmann***Re: sketch of small step in big proof**,*daniel t***Re: sketch of small step in big proof**,*Phil Carmody***Re: sketch of small step in big proof**,*daniel t***Re: sketch of small step in big proof**,*Denis Feldmann***Re: sketch of small step in big proof**,*Phil Carmody***what is wrong with 1 / log(n) ???**,*amy666***Re: what is wrong with 1 / log(n) ???**,*Gerry Myerson***Re: what is wrong with 1 / log(n) ???**,*daniel t***Re: what is wrong with 1 / log(n) ???**,*daniel t***Re: what is wrong with 1 / log(n) ???**,*amy666***Re: what is wrong with 1 / log(n) ???**,*daniel t***Re: what is wrong with 1 / log(n) ???**,*amy666***Re: what is wrong with 1 / log(n) ???**,*robdevloper***Re: what is wrong with 1 / log(n) ???**,*Gerry Myerson***Re: sketch of small step in big proof**,*daniel t***Re: sketch of small step in big proof**,*daniel t***Re: sketch of small step in big proof**,*daniel t***Re: sketch of small step in big proof**,*daniel t***Re: sketch of small step in big proof**,*daniel t***Re: sketch of small step in big proof**,*Gerry Myerson***Re: sketch of small step in big proof**,*Gerry Myerson***Re: sketch of small step in big proof**,*daniel t***Re: sketch of small step in big proof**,*David C . Ullrich***Re: sketch of small step in big proof**,*daniel t***Re: sketch of small step in big proof**,*amy666*

**Parents of a 15yr old boy find $71,000 in his closet**,*srsbusinesslink***Re: Which axiom prohibits this kind of construction?**,*Starblade Enkai***Re: Which axiom prohibits this kind of construction?**,*Virgil***Re: Which axiom prohibits this kind of construction?**,*Starblade Enkai***Re: Which axiom prohibits this kind of construction?**,*MoeBlee***Re: Which axiom prohibits this kind of construction?**,*lwalke3***Re: Which axiom prohibits this kind of construction?**,*Jesse F. Hughes***Re: Which axiom prohibits this kind of construction?**,*lwalke3***Re: Which axiom prohibits this kind of construction?**,*Jesse F. Hughes***Re: Which axiom prohibits this kind of construction?**,*Mariano Suárez-Alvarez***Re: Which axiom prohibits this kind of construction?**,*Jesse F. Hughes***Re: Which axiom prohibits this kind of construction?**,*MoeBlee***Re: Which axiom prohibits this kind of construction?**,*lwalke3***Re: Which axiom prohibits this kind of construction?**,*Jesse F. Hughes***Re: Which axiom prohibits this kind of construction?**,*lwalke3***Re: Which axiom prohibits this kind of construction?**,*Jesse F. Hughes***Re: Which axiom prohibits this kind of construction?**,*lwalke3***Re: Which axiom prohibits this kind of construction?**,*Jesse F. Hughes***Re: Which axiom prohibits this kind of construction?**,*MoeBlee***Re: Which axiom prohibits this kind of construction?**,*MoeBlee***Re: Which axiom prohibits this kind of construction?**,*Jesse F. Hughes***Re: Which axiom prohibits this kind of construction?**,*MoeBlee***Re: Which axiom prohibits this kind of construction?**,*Jesse F. Hughes***Re: Which axiom prohibits this kind of construction?**,*MoeBlee***Re: Which axiom prohibits this kind of construction?**,*Jesse F. Hughes***Re: Which axiom prohibits this kind of construction?**,*MoeBlee***Re: Which axiom prohibits this kind of construction?**,*Jesse F. Hughes***Re: Which axiom prohibits this kind of construction?**,*MoeBlee***Re: Which axiom prohibits this kind of construction?**,*Jesse F. Hughes***Re: Which axiom prohibits this kind of construction?**,*MoeBlee***Re: Which axiom prohibits this kind of construction?**,*lwalke3***Re: Which axiom prohibits this kind of construction?**,*MoeBlee***Re: Which axiom prohibits this kind of construction?**,*Jesse F. Hughes***Re: Which axiom prohibits this kind of construction?**,*MoeBlee***Re: Which axiom prohibits this kind of construction?**,*lwalke3***Re: Which axiom prohibits this kind of construction?**,*Denis Feldmann***Re: Which axiom prohibits this kind of construction?**,*amy666***Re: Which axiom prohibits this kind of construction?**,*lwalke3***Re: Which axiom prohibits this kind of construction?**,*MoeBlee***Re: Which axiom prohibits this kind of construction?**,*MoeBlee***Re: Which axiom prohibits this kind of construction?**,*lwalke3***Re: Which axiom prohibits this kind of construction?**,*MoeBlee*

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**Re: Google problems, start of debate against series**,*Fact checker***Channel capacity (shannon theory)**,*Frozz***Solutions Manuals for 4 Engineering Textbooks**,*unstoppablespam***Places that are hiring in my area**,*woodsonturtletw***n = sum floor(n/(m+k)), k>= 0**,*Leroy Quet***Re: factoring compositions**,*amy666***Re: factoring compositions**,*alainverghote@xxxxxxxxx***Re: factoring compositions**,*amy666*

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**Re: factoring compositions**,*galathaea***Re: factoring compositions**,*amy666***Re: factoring compositions**,*galathaea***Re: factoring compositions**,*amy666*

**Re: factoring compositions**,*amy666***Re: factoring compositions**,*amy666***Re: factoring compositions**,*amy666*

**A local ring problem**,*maxblack88@xxxxxxxxx***Re: A local ring problem**,*Jannick Asmus***Re: A local ring problem**,*maxblack88@xxxxxxxxx***Re: A local ring problem**,*Jannick Asmus***Re: A local ring problem**,*maxblack88@xxxxxxxxx***Re: A local ring problem**,*maxblack88@xxxxxxxxx***Re: A local ring problem**,*Ted Hwa***Re: A local ring problem**,*maxblack88@xxxxxxxxx***Re: A local ring problem**,*maxblack88@xxxxxxxxx***Re: A local ring problem**,*maxblack88@xxxxxxxxx***Re: A local ring problem**,*Ted Hwa***Re: A local ring problem**,*Bill Dubuque***Re: A local ring problem**,*Arturo Magidin***Re: A local ring problem**,*Jannick Asmus***Re: A local ring problem**,*Arturo Magidin***Re: A local ring problem**,*Jannick Asmus***Re: A local ring problem**,*Arturo Magidin***Re: A local ring problem**,*Jack Schmidt***Re: A local ring problem**,*Jack Schmidt***Re: A local ring problem**,*Arturo Magidin***Re: A local ring problem**,*Jannick Asmus***Re: A local ring problem**,*Jack Schmidt***Re: A local ring problem**,*Bill Dubuque***Re: A local ring problem**,*Arturo Magidin*

**Entropy**,*Frozz***Re: Entropy**,*Achava Nakhash, the Loving Snake***Re: Entropy**,*Frozz***Re: Entropy**,*Achava Nakhash, the Loving Snake*

**Re: Entropy**,*kunzmilan*

**Test Bank And Solution Manual, NEW COLLECTION**,*Student Plus***Geometry with terminology.**,*mina_world***Re: Geometry with terminology.**,*Ken Pledger*

**Test Bank And Solution Manual - Huge Collection**,*Student Plus***Topology with hausdorff, quotient map.**,*mina_world***Re: Topology with hausdorff, quotient map.**,*José Carlos Santos***Re: Topology with hausdorff, quotient map.**,*mina_world***Re: Topology with hausdorff, quotient map.**,*José Carlos Santos***Re: Topology with hausdorff, quotient map.**,*mina_world*

**Re: Topology with hausdorff, quotient map.**,*William Elliot*

**--- --- --- Odd and Even Exponents**,*Deep***Linear algebra with linearly independent.**,*mina_world***Re: Linear algebra with linearly independent.**,*mina_world***Re: Linear algebra with linearly independent.**,*José Carlos Santos*

**Linear algebra with A, B.**,*mina_world***Re: Linear algebra with A, B.**,*Robert Israel***Re: Linear algebra with A, B.**,*mina_world*

**Re: Get Solution Manual**,*connieyu87***Re: Get Solution Manual**,*mybigspamemailaccount@xxxxxxxxx***Re: Get Solution Manual**,*rotorama*

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**Re: Get Solution Manual**,*tcnguyen1*

**Infinite UFD, finite many units => infinitely many pairwise nonassociated primes**,*Kenneth Bull***Re: Infinite UFD, finite many units => infinitely many pairwise nonassociated primes**,*Achava Nakhash, the Loving Snake**Message not available***Re: Infinite UFD, finite many units => infinitely many pairwise nonassociated primes**,*Achava Nakhash, the Loving Snake*

**Re: Infinite UFD, finite many units => infinitely many pairwise nonassociated primes**,*quasi***Re: Infinite UFD, finite many units => infinitely many pairwise nonassociated primes**,*Bill Dubuque***Re: Infinite UFD, finite many units => infinitely many pairwise nonassociated primes**,*Muhammad*

**isomorphisms between polynomial/powerseries rings**,*G Patel***Re: isomorphisms between polynomial/powerseries rings**,*Jack Schmidt*

**Circles and Lines Transformations**,*Terry/Padden***Re: Circles and Lines Transformations**,*Salviati***Re: Circles and Lines Transformations**,*Rob Johnson***Re: Circles and Lines Transformations**,*Axel Vogt***Re: Circles and Lines Transformations**,*Terry/Padden***Re: Circles and Lines Transformations**,*Axel Vogt***Re: Circles and Lines Transformations**,*Salviati***Re: Circles and Lines Transformations**,*Salviati*

**Re: Circles and Lines Transformations-**,*JEMebius*

**Re: JSH: How can I top that?**,*galathaea***Re: JSH: How can I top that?**,*spudnik*- <Possible follow-ups>
**Re: JSH: How can I top that?**,*amy666***Re: JSH: How can I top that?**,*Jesse F. Hughes***Re: JSH: How can I top that?**,*Mensanator*

**Physics for (incredible hard working) mathematicians**,*sanchopancho80***Bit-permutation function and Cantor Dust?**,*mike3***Re: Bit-permutation function and Cantor Dust?**,*Robert Israel***Re: Bit-permutation function and Cantor Dust?**,*Dan Hoey*

**Showing that every element has a particular form in a group presentation**,*k.hofmann***Re: Showing that every element has a particular form in a group presentation**,*Arturo Magidin***Re: Showing that every element has a particular form in a group presentation**,*k.hofmann***Re: Showing that every element has a particular form in a group presentation**,*Arturo Magidin***Re: Showing that every element has a particular form in a group presentation**,*k.hofmann***Re: Showing that every element has a particular form in a group presentation**,*Arturo Magidin***Re: Showing that every element has a particular form in a group presentation**,*k.hofmann***Re: Showing that every element has a particular form in a group presentation**,*k.hofmann***Re: Showing that every element has a particular form in a group presentation**,*Arturo Magidin***Re: Showing that every element has a particular form in a group presentation**,*k.hofmann***Re: Showing that every element has a particular form in a group presentation**,*Arturo Magidin***Re: Showing that every element has a particular form in a group presentation**,*k.hofmann*

**Elementary Theory of Numbers**,*conrad***Re: Elementary Theory of Numbers**,*Joshua Cranmer***Re: Elementary Theory of Numbers**,*tonicopm*

**Re: Elementary Theory of Numbers**,*Arturo Magidin***Re: Elementary Theory of Numbers**,*quasi***Re: Elementary Theory of Numbers**,*William Elliot***Re: Elementary Theory of Numbers**,*quasi***Re: Elementary Theory of Numbers**,*G. A. Edgar***Re: Elementary Theory of Numbers**,*quasi***Re: Elementary Theory of Numbers**,*William Elliot*

**Re: Elementary Theory of Numbers**,*se16***Re: Elementary Theory of Numbers**,*Rob Johnson*

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**Elementary Theory of Numbers**,*conrad***Re: Elementary Theory of Numbers**,*conrad***Re: Elementary Theory of Numbers**,*William Elliot***Re: Elementary Theory of Numbers**,*Tim Smith***Re: Elementary Theory of Numbers**,*Bill Dubuque***Re: Elementary Theory of Numbers**,*Arturo Magidin*

**Huh??? That doesn't make any sense.**,*mike3***Re: Huh??? That doesn't make any sense.**,*I.N. Galidakis*

**vitali sets**,*raghav_tyler***Re: vitali sets**,*Dave L. Renfro***Re: vitali sets**,*raghav_tyler***Re: vitali sets**,*Robert Israel*

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**vitali sets**,*raghav_tyler***Re: vitali sets**,*The World Wide Wade***Re: vitali sets**,*madhuresh . roy*

**SAT and NP-Completeness**,*Yaakov Davis***Re: SAT and NP-Completeness**,*Joshua Cranmer***Re: SAT and NP-Completeness**,*Yaakov Davis***Re: SAT and NP-Completeness**,*Dan Hoey***Re: SAT and NP-Completeness**,*Daniel A. Jimenez***Re: SAT and NP-Completeness**,*Yaakov Davis*

**Bruce Sturman - "Bruce Sturman Bio 2008.doc" yEnc (1/1)**,*Tim***Bic Pho**,*Tim***Re: Bic Pho**,*Angus Rodgers*

**Be Optimal! - DNA's Vehicle Routing Initiative 2008**,*vince***Re: -- Packing unit circles in circles: new results**,*David W . Cantrell***Re: -- Packing unit circles in circles: new results**,*David W. Cantrell*- <Possible follow-ups>
**Re: -- Packing unit circles in circles: new results**,*amy666***Re: -- Packing unit circles in circles: new results**,*David W . Cantrell*

**Re: Solution manual to Elements of engineering electromagnetics (6/e) by N.N.RAO**,*Hwhitney***Re: Solution manual to Elements of engineering electromagnetics (6/e) by N.N.RAO**,*Angus Rodgers*- <Possible follow-ups>
**Re: Solution manual to Elements of engineering electromagnetics (6/e) by N.N.RAO**,*buccaneerio***Re: Solution manual to Elements of engineering electromagnetics (6/e) by N.N.RAO**,*pry127***Re: Solution manual to Elements of engineering electromagnetics (6/e) by N.N.RAO**,*mybourne*

**Re: Interesting property problem**,*Saysero*- <Possible follow-ups>
**Re: Interesting property problem**,*Saysero***Re: Interesting property problem**,*Saysero***Re: Interesting property problem**,*Saysero*

**Re: one of the great relations**,*galathaea***combinatorial interpretation of generalised berneuler numbers**,*galathaea***search a sorted vector**,*Mike***Re: search a sorted vector**,*Dave Seaman*

**Scaling in Modular Inverse problem with very large integers**,*amzoti***Book recommendation from some time back.**,*Mike Headon***Prove = is an equivalence relation for sets**,*TheGist***Re: -- group idenitities of the form (xy)^k = x^k y^k**,*Edward Formanek***permutations question**,*jerry***Re: permutations question**,*jankrihau***Re: permutations question**,*Mariano Suárez-Alvarez***Re: permutations question**,*Rob Johnson*

**Re: permutations question**,*Ray Vickson***Re: permutations question**,*Achava Nakhash, the Loving Snake***Re: permutations question**,*jerry***Re: permutations question**,*Ray Vickson***Re: permutations question**,*jerry*

**corn 10.3**,*cornnemesis42***blue red blue 14321 12 fifth,6,7,8 dimension**,*cornnemesis42***Re: blue red blue 14321 12 fifth,6,7,8 dimension**,*cornnemesis42***Re: blue red blue 14321 12 fifth,6,7,8 dimension**,*cornnemesis42*

**Required Solution Manual**,*komminenikranthikumar***Re: Required Solution Manual**,*Angus Rodgers*

**- - Algebraic and geometric multiplicities of eigenvalues**,*k.hofmann***Using the analytic continued geometric series - second try**,*Gottfried Helms***Re: Using the analytic continued geometric series - second try**,*alainverghote***Re: Using the analytic continued geometric series - second try**,*Gottfried Helms***Re: Using the analytic continued geometric series - second try**,*Gottfried Helms***Re: Using the analytic continued geometric series - second try**,*Gottfried Helms***Re: Using the analytic continued geometric series - second try**,*Gottfried Helms*

**Re: A consideration concerning the diagonal argument of G. Cantor**,*Jan Andres*- <Possible follow-ups>
**Re: A consideration concerning the diagonal argument of G. Cantor**,*Gregory Rullo***Re: A consideration concerning the diagonal argument of G. Cantor**,*lwalke3*

**A head-banging logician**,*Marko Amnell***Pantel TV**,*Carol***-- Showing that a group of order 15 is abelian using brute force methods**,*k.hofmann***Re: -- Showing that a group of order 15 is abelian using brute force methods**,*Achava Nakhash, the Loving Snake***Re: -- Showing that a group of order 15 is abelian using brute force methods**,*victor_meldrew_666*

**conjugacy classes; orders of elements**,*k.hofmann***Re: conjugacy classes; orders of elements**,*Arturo Magidin***Re: conjugacy classes; orders of elements**,*k.hofmann***Re: conjugacy classes; orders of elements**,*Arturo Magidin***Re: conjugacy classes; orders of elements**,*Arturo Magidin*

**Re: Solution manual to Engineering Mechanics - Statics,Dynamics (11th ) by R.C.HIBBELER**,*ziyadaq*- <Possible follow-ups>
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**Understanding the Franklin-Reiter RSA attack**,*kelvSYC***Re: Understanding the Franklin-Reiter RSA attack**,*Jack Schmidt*

**Consider this permutation**,*Carl R.***Re: Consider this permutation-**,*JEMebius*

**probability of getting hands of four-of-a-kind?**,*Luna Moon***Re: probability of getting hands of four-of-a-kind?**,*Robert Israel***Re: probability of getting hands of four-of-a-kind?**,*Achava Nakhash, the Loving Snake***Re: probability of getting hands of four-of-a-kind?**,*ASD***Re: probability of getting hands of four-of-a-kind?**,*Mike Terry***Re: probability of getting hands of four-of-a-kind?**,*mike3*

**Compute sqrt(x) mentally fast?**,*Luna Moon***Re: Compute sqrt(x) mentally fast?**,*thaif***Re: Compute sqrt(x) mentally fast?**,*Luna Moon***Re: Compute sqrt(x) mentally fast?**,*G. A. Edgar***Re: Compute sqrt(x) mentally fast?**,*galathaea***Re: Compute sqrt(x) mentally fast?**,*Luna Moon***Re: Compute sqrt(x) mentally fast?**,*galathaea*

**Re: Compute sqrt(x) mentally fast?**,*Steven***Re: Compute sqrt(x) mentally fast?**,*mathma18***Re: Compute sqrt(x) mentally fast?**,*Luna Moon***Re: Compute sqrt(x) mentally fast?**,*Richard Tobin*

**Re: Compute sqrt(x) mentally fast?**,*christian.bau***Re: Compute sqrt(x) mentally fast?**,*arithmonic***Re: Compute sqrt(x) mentally fast?**,*arithmonic*

**Re: Nice websites here123**,*mike3***Re: Some solution manuals for various Engineering students**,*viktor912***Antiderivative problem**,*K***Re: Antiderivative problem**,*Arturo Magidin***Re: Antiderivative problem**,*Axel Vogt*

**the area of the pentagon expressed by standard arithmetical operations (sqrt, pow, +,*, etc)**,*Pawel_Iks**Message not available*

**Space & Time as Described by a Vastly More Encompassing System Than Classical Math**,*Visual Purple***The Large Hadron Collider Worked. A Stable Black Hole Formed. But...**,*Visual Purple***Inversion of the conical curves**,*Pawel_Iks***Re: Inversion of the conical curves**,*JEMebius***Re: Inversion of the conical curves**,*Philippe 92***Re: Inversion of the conical curves**,*Ken Pledger*

**visualizing primes in 3d**,*sobriquet***Re: visualizing primes in 3d**,*Victor Porton***Re: visualizing primes in 3d**,*sobriquet*

**Re: question about lexicographic order**,*François Patte***Elements of modules**,*Kaba***Re: Elements of modules**,*Arturo Magidin***Re: Elements of modules**,*Kaba***Re: Elements of modules**,*Jacko***Re: Elements of modules**,*Kaba***Re: Elements of modules**,*Jacko*

**Re: Is one-to-one mapping valid for comparing infinite-sized set**,*Salviati***characters of the additive group Z/(nZ) [ not Dirichlet]**,*David Bernier***Re: characters of the additive group Z/(nZ) [ not Dirichlet]**,*Jack Schmidt***Re: characters of the additive group Z/(nZ) [ not Dirichlet]**,*David Bernier*

**Re: Is one-to-one mapping valid for comparing infinite-sized sets?**,*Salviati***Re: Is one-to-one mapping valid for comparing infinite-sized sets?**,*William Hughes***Re: Is one-to-one mapping valid for comparing infinite-sized sets?**,*Virgil***Re: Is one-to-one mapping valid for comparing infinite-sized sets?**,*Salviati***Re: Is one-to-one mapping valid for comparing infinite-sized sets?**,*Virgil***Re: Is one-to-one mapping valid for comparing infinite-sized sets?**,*Salviati***Re: Is one-to-one mapping valid for comparing infinite-sized sets?**,*Virgil***Re: Is one-to-one mapping valid for comparing infinite-sized sets?**,*Salviati***Re: Is one-to-one mapping valid for comparing infinite-sized sets?**,*Aatu Koskensilta***Re: Is one-to-one mapping valid for comparing infinite-sized sets?**,*Virgil***Re: Is one-to-one mapping valid for comparing infinite-sized sets?**,*Salviati***Re: Is one-to-one mapping valid for comparing infinite-sized sets?**,*Virgil***Re: Is one-to-one mapping valid for comparing infinite-sized sets?**,*Salviati***Re: Is one-to-one mapping valid for comparing infinite-sized sets?**,*Virgil***Re: Is one-to-one mapping valid for comparing infinite-sized sets?**,*Salviati***Re: Is one-to-one mapping valid for comparing infinite-sized sets?**,*Virgil***Re: Is one-to-one mapping valid for comparing infinite-sized sets?**,*Salviati***Re: Is one-to-one mapping valid for comparing infinite-sized sets?**,*Salviati***Re: Is one-to-one mapping valid for comparing infinite-sized sets?**,*William Hughes***Re: Is one-to-one mapping valid for comparing infinite-sized sets?**,*Aatu Koskensilta***Re: Is one-to-one mapping valid for comparing infinite-sized sets?**,*William Hughes***Re: Is one-to-one mapping valid for comparing infinite-sized sets?**,*Aatu Koskensilta***Re: Is one-to-one mapping valid for comparing infinite-sized sets?**,*William Hughes***Re: Is one-to-one mapping valid for comparing infinite-sized sets?**,*Aatu Koskensilta***Re: Is one-to-one mapping valid for comparing infinite-sized sets?**,*William Hughes***Re: Is one-to-one mapping valid for comparing infinite-sized sets?**,*MoeBlee***Re: Is one-to-one mapping valid for comparing infinite-sized sets?**,*William Hughes***Re: Is one-to-one mapping valid for comparing infinite-sized sets?**,*MoeBlee***Re: Is one-to-one mapping valid for comparing infinite-sized sets?**,*William Hughes***Re: Is one-to-one mapping valid for comparing infinite-sized sets?**,*MoeBlee***Re: Is one-to-one mapping valid for comparing infinite-sized sets?**,*William Hughes***Re: Is one-to-one mapping valid for comparing infinite-sized sets?**,*Salviati***Re: Is one-to-one mapping valid for comparing infinite-sized sets?**,*William Hughes***Re: Is one-to-one mapping valid for comparing infinite-sized sets?**,*Salviati***Re: Is one-to-one mapping valid for comparing infinite-sized sets?**,*William Hughes***Re: Is one-to-one mapping valid for comparing infinite-sized sets?**,*Salviati***Re: Is one-to-one mapping valid for comparing infinite-sized sets?**,*William Hughes***Re: Is one-to-one mapping valid for comparing infinite-sized sets?**,*Salviati***Re: Is one-to-one mapping valid for comparing infinite-sized sets?**,*Virgil***Re: Is one-to-one mapping valid for comparing infinite-sized sets?**,*Salviati***Re: Is one-to-one mapping valid for comparing infinite-sized sets?**,*Virgil***Re: Is one-to-one mapping valid for comparing infinite-sized sets?**,*Salviati***Re: Is one-to-one mapping valid for comparing infinite-sized sets?**,*Virgil***Re: Is one-to-one mapping valid for comparing infinite-sized sets?**,*Salviati***Re: Is one-to-one mapping valid for comparing infinite-sized sets?**,*Virgil***Re: Is one-to-one mapping valid for comparing infinite-sized sets?**,*Salviati***Re: Is one-to-one mapping valid for comparing infinite-sized sets?**,*Virgil***Re: Is one-to-one mapping valid for comparing infinite-sized sets?**,*Virgil***Re: Is one-to-one mapping valid for comparing infinite-sized sets?**,*Salviati***Re: Is one-to-one mapping valid for comparing infinite-sized sets?**,*Virgil***Re: Is one-to-one mapping valid for comparing infinite-sized sets?**,*Salviati***Re: Is one-to-one mapping valid for comparing infinite-sized sets?**,*Virgil***Re: Is one-to-one mapping valid for comparing infinite-sized sets?**,*Virgil***Re: Is one-to-one mapping valid for comparing infinite-sized sets?**,*Salviati*

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**Re: Is one-to-one mapping valid for comparing infinite-sized sets?**,*Salviati***Re: Is one-to-one mapping valid for comparing infinite-sized sets?**,*Salviati***Re: Is one-to-one mapping valid for comparing infinite-sized sets?**,*Virgil***Re: Is one-to-one mapping valid for comparing infinite-sized sets?**,*Salviati***Re: Is one-to-one mapping valid for comparing infinite-sized sets?**,*Virgil***Re: Is one-to-one mapping valid for comparing infinite-sized sets?**,*Salviati***Re: Is one-to-one mapping valid for comparing infinite-sized sets?**,*Virgil***Re: Is one-to-one mapping valid for comparing infinite-sized sets?**,*Salviati***Re: Is one-to-one mapping valid for comparing infinite-sized sets?**,*Virgil***Re: Is one-to-one mapping valid for comparing infinite-sized sets?**,*Salviati***Re: Is one-to-one mapping valid for comparing infinite-sized sets?**,*Virgil***Re: Is one-to-one mapping valid for comparing infinite-sized sets?**,*Mariano Suárez-Alvarez***Re: Is one-to-one mapping valid for comparing infinite-sized sets?**,*Salviati***Re: Is one-to-one mapping valid for comparing infinite-sized sets?**,*David R Tribble***Re: Is one-to-one mapping valid for comparing infinite-sized sets?**,*Salviati***Re: Is one-to-one mapping valid for comparing infinite-sized sets?**,*Klaus Cammin***Re: Is one-to-one mapping valid for comparing infinite-sized sets?**,*Salviati***Re: Is one-to-one mapping valid for comparing infinite-sized sets?**,*Virgil***Re: Is one-to-one mapping valid for comparing infinite-sized sets?**,*Salviati***Re: Is one-to-one mapping valid for comparing infinite-sized sets?**,*Virgil***Re: Is one-to-one mapping valid for comparing infinite-sized sets?**,*Klaus Cammin***Re: Is one-to-one mapping valid for comparing infinite-sized sets?**,*Salviati***Re: Is one-to-one mapping valid for comparing infinite-sized sets?**,*Virgil*

**Re: Is one-to-one mapping valid for comparing infinite-sized sets?**,*Salviati***Re: Is one-to-one mapping valid for comparing infinite-sized sets?**,*Virgil***Re: Is one-to-one mapping valid for comparing infinite-sized sets?**,*Salviati***Re: Is one-to-one mapping valid for comparing infinite-sized sets?**,*Ralf Bader**Message not available***Re: Is one-to-one mapping valid for comparing infinite-sized sets?**,*Salviati***Re: Is one-to-one mapping valid for comparing infinite-sized sets?**,*Ralf Bader***Re: Is one-to-one mapping valid for comparing infinite-sized sets?**,*Salviati***Re: Is one-to-one mapping valid for comparing infinite-sized sets?**,*Ralf Bader***Re: Is one-to-one mapping valid for comparing infinite-sized sets?**,*Salviati***Re: Is one-to-one mapping valid for comparing infinite-sized sets?**,*Salviati***Re: Is one-to-one mapping valid for comparing infinite-sized sets?**,*Virgil***Re: Is one-to-one mapping valid for comparing infinite-sized sets?**,*Salviati***Re: Is one-to-one mapping valid for comparing infinite-sized sets?**,*Virgil***Re: Is one-to-one mapping valid for comparing infinite-sized sets?**,*Salviati***Re: Is one-to-one mapping valid for comparing infinite-sized sets?**,*Virgil***Re: Is one-to-one mapping valid for comparing infinite-sized sets?**,*Salviati***Re: Is one-to-one mapping valid for comparing infinite-sized sets?**,*Virgil***Re: Is one-to-one mapping valid for comparing infinite-sized sets?**,*Salviati***Re: Is one-to-one mapping valid for comparing infinite-sized sets?**,*Virgil***Re: Is one-to-one mapping valid for comparing infinite-sized sets?**,*Salviati***Re: Is one-to-one mapping valid for comparing infinite-sized sets?**,*Virgil***Re: Is one-to-one mapping valid for comparing infinite-sized sets?**,*Salviati***Re: Is one-to-one mapping valid for comparing infinite-sized sets?**,*Virgil***Re: Is one-to-one mapping valid for comparing infinite-sized sets?**,*Salviati***Re: Is one-to-one mapping valid for comparing infinite-sized sets?**,*Virgil***Re: Is one-to-one mapping valid for comparing infinite-sized sets?**,*David R Tribble***Re: Is one-to-one mapping valid for comparing infinite-sized sets?**,*Salviati***Re: Is one-to-one mapping valid for comparing infinite-sized sets?**,*Virgil***Re: Is one-to-one mapping valid for comparing infinite-sized sets?**,*Salviati***Re: Is one-to-one mapping valid for comparing infinite-sized sets?**,*Virgil***Re: Is one-to-one mapping valid for comparing infinite-sized sets?**,*Ralf Bader***Re: Is one-to-one mapping valid for comparing infinite-sized sets?**,*Salviati**Message not available**Message not available**Message not available**Message not available***Re: Is one-to-one mapping valid for comparing infinite-sized sets?**,*Aatu Koskensilta***Re: Is one-to-one mapping valid for comparing infinite-sized sets?**,*Salviati***Re: Is one-to-one mapping valid for comparing infinite-sized sets?**,*Mariano Suárez-Alvarez***Re: Is one-to-one mapping valid for comparing infinite-sized sets?**,*Salviati*

**Re: Is one-to-one mapping valid for comparing infinite-sized sets?**,*Salviati***Re: Is one-to-one mapping valid for comparing infinite-sized sets?**,*Salviati***Re: Is one-to-one mapping valid for comparing infinite-sized sets?**,*Salviati***Re: Is one-to-one mapping valid for comparing infinite-sized sets?**,*Virgil***Re: Is one-to-one mapping valid for comparing infinite-sized sets?**,*Salviati***Re: Is one-to-one mapping valid for comparing infinite-sized sets?**,*Virgil***Re: Is one-to-one mapping valid for comparing infinite-sized sets?**,*Salviati***Re: Is one-to-one mapping valid for comparing infinite-sized sets?**,*Virgil***Re: Is one-to-one mapping valid for comparing infinite-sized sets?**,*Salviati***Re: Is one-to-one mapping valid for comparing infinite-sized sets?**,*Virgil***Re: Is one-to-one mapping valid for comparing infinite-sized sets?**,*Salviati***Re: Is one-to-one mapping valid for comparing infinite-sized sets?**,*Virgil***Re: Is one-to-one mapping valid for comparing infinite-sized sets?**,*Salviati***Re: Is one-to-one mapping valid for comparing infinite-sized sets?**,*Virgil***Re: Is one-to-one mapping valid for comparing infinite-sized sets?**,*Salviati***Re: Is one-to-one mapping valid for comparing infinite-sized sets?**,*Virgil***Re: Is one-to-one mapping valid for comparing infinite-sized sets?**,*Salviati***Re: Is one-to-one mapping valid for comparing infinite-sized sets?**,*Virgil***Re: Is one-to-one mapping valid for comparing infinite-sized sets?**,*David R Tribble***Re: Is one-to-one mapping valid for comparing infinite-sized sets?**,*Salviati***Re: Is one-to-one mapping valid for comparing infinite-sized sets?**,*Virgil***Re: Is one-to-one mapping valid for comparing infinite-sized sets?**,*David R Tribble*

**Re: Is one-to-one mapping valid for comparing infinite-sized sets?**,*Salviati***Re: Is one-to-one mapping valid for comparing infinite-sized sets?**,*Virgil***Re: Is one-to-one mapping valid for comparing infinite-sized sets?**,*Salviati***Re: Is one-to-one mapping valid for comparing infinite-sized sets?**,*Virgil***Re: Is one-to-one mapping valid for comparing infinite-sized sets?**,*Salviati***Re: Is one-to-one mapping valid for comparing infinite-sized sets?**,*Virgil***Re: Is one-to-one mapping valid for comparing infinite-sized sets?**,*Salviati***Re: Is one-to-one mapping valid for comparing infinite-sized sets?**,*David R Tribble***Re: Is one-to-one mapping valid for comparing infinite-sized sets?**,*lwalke3***Re: Is one-to-one mapping valid for comparing infinite-sized sets?**,*David R Tribble***Re: Is one-to-one mapping valid for comparing infinite-sized sets?**,*Salviati***Re: Is one-to-one mapping valid for comparing infinite-sized sets?**,*Virgil***Re: Is one-to-one mapping valid for comparing infinite-sized sets?**,*Salviati***Re: Is one-to-one mapping valid for comparing infinite-sized sets?**,*Virgil***Re: Is one-to-one mapping valid for comparing infinite-sized sets?**,*Salviati***Re: Is one-to-one mapping valid for comparing infinite-sized sets?**,*Virgil*

**Re: Is one-to-one mapping valid for comparing infinite-sized sets?**,*Salviati***Re: Is one-to-one mapping valid for comparing infinite-sized sets?**,*Virgil***Re: Is one-to-one mapping valid for comparing infinite-sized sets?**,*David R Tribble***Re: Is one-to-one mapping valid for comparing infinite-sized sets?**,*Salviati***Re: Is one-to-one mapping valid for comparing infinite-sized sets?**,*David R Tribble***Re: Is one-to-one mapping valid for comparing infinite-sized sets?**,*Salviati***Re: Is one-to-one mapping valid for comparing infinite-sized sets?**,*Virgil***Re: Is one-to-one mapping valid for comparing infinite-sized sets?**,*David R Tribble***Re: Is one-to-one mapping valid for comparing infinite-sized sets?**,*Salviati***Re: Is one-to-one mapping valid for comparing infinite-sized sets?**,*David R Tribble***Re: Is one-to-one mapping valid for comparing infinite-sized sets?**,*David R Tribble***Re: Is one-to-one mapping valid for comparing infinite-sized sets?**,*Salviati***Re: Is one-to-one mapping valid for comparing infinite-sized sets?**,*Virgil***Re: Is one-to-one mapping valid for comparing infinite-sized sets?**,*Salviati***Re: Is one-to-one mapping valid for comparing infinite-sized sets?**,*Virgil**Message not available***Re: Is one-to-one mapping valid for comparing infinite-sized sets?**,*Salviati***Re: Is one-to-one mapping valid for comparing infinite-sized sets?**,*Virgil***Re: Is one-to-one mapping valid for comparing infinite-sized sets?**,*Salviati***Re: Is one-to-one mapping valid for comparing infinite-sized sets?**,*Virgil***Re: Is one-to-one mapping valid for comparing infinite-sized sets?**,*Salviati***Re: Is one-to-one mapping valid for comparing infinite-sized sets?**,*William Hughes***Re: Is one-to-one mapping valid for comparing infinite-sized sets?**,*Salviati***Re: Is one-to-one mapping valid for comparing infinite-sized sets?**,*Virgil***Re: Is one-to-one mapping valid for comparing infinite-sized sets?**,*William Hughes***Re: Is one-to-one mapping valid for comparing infinite-sized sets?**,*Virgil***Re: Is one-to-one mapping valid for comparing infinite-sized sets?**,*William Hughes***Re: Is one-to-one mapping valid for comparing infinite-sized sets?**,*Salviati***Re: Is one-to-one mapping valid for comparing infinite-sized sets?**,*William Hughes***Re: Is one-to-one mapping valid for comparing infinite-sized sets?**,*Virgil***Re: Is one-to-one mapping valid for comparing infinite-sized sets?**,*Virgil***Re: Is one-to-one mapping valid for comparing infinite-sized sets?**,*Salviati***Re: Is one-to-one mapping valid for comparing infinite-sized sets?**,*Virgil***Re: Is one-to-one mapping valid for comparing infinite-sized sets?**,*Salviati***Re: Is one-to-one mapping valid for comparing infinite-sized sets?**,*William Hughes***Re: Is one-to-one mapping valid for comparing infinite-sized sets?**,*Virgil***Re: Is one-to-one mapping valid for comparing infinite-sized sets?**,*victor_meldrew_666***Re: Is one-to-one mapping valid for comparing infinite-sized sets?**,*Virgil***Re: Is one-to-one mapping valid for comparing infinite-sized sets?**,*Salviati***Re: Is one-to-one mapping valid for comparing infinite-sized sets?**,*Virgil*

**Re: Is one-to-one mapping valid for comparing infinite-sized sets?**,*Horand . Gassmann***Re: Is one-to-one mapping valid for comparing infinite-sized sets?**,*Don Stockbauer***Re: Is one-to-one mapping valid for comparing infinite-sized sets?**,*lwalke3***Re: Is one-to-one mapping valid for comparing infinite-sized sets?**,*Virgil***Re: Is one-to-one mapping valid for comparing infinite-sized sets?**,*lwalke3***Re: Is one-to-one mapping valid for comparing infinite-sized sets?**,*Virgil***Re: Is one-to-one mapping valid for comparing infinite-sized sets?**,*Horand . Gassmann***Re: Is one-to-one mapping valid for comparing infinite-sized sets?**,*Salviati*

**Re: Is one-to-one mapping valid for comparing infinite-sized sets?**,*Salviati*

**Re: Is one-to-one mapping valid for comparing infinite-sized sets?**,*David R Tribble***Re: Is one-to-one mapping valid for comparing infinite-sized sets?**,*Salviati***Re: Is one-to-one mapping valid for comparing infinite-sized sets?**,*Virgil***Re: Is one-to-one mapping valid for comparing infinite-sized sets?**,*Salviati***Re: Is one-to-one mapping valid for comparing infinite-sized sets?**,*Virgil***Re: Is one-to-one mapping valid for comparing infinite-sized sets?**,*Salviati***Re: Is one-to-one mapping valid for comparing infinite-sized sets?**,*lwalke3***Re: Is one-to-one mapping valid for comparing infinite-sized sets?**,*Mariano Suárez-Alvarez***Re: Is one-to-one mapping valid for comparing infinite-sized sets?**,*Virgil***Re: Is one-to-one mapping valid for comparing infinite-sized sets?**,*Mariano Suárez-Alvarez***Re: Is one-to-one mapping valid for comparing infinite-sized sets?**,*Salviati***Re: Is one-to-one mapping valid for comparing infinite-sized sets?**,*Virgil***Re: Is one-to-one mapping valid for comparing infinite-sized sets?**,*Salviati***Re: Is one-to-one mapping valid for comparing infinite-sized sets?**,*Virgil**Message not available***Re: Is one-to-one mapping valid for comparing infinite-sized sets?**,*Salviati***Re: Is one-to-one mapping valid for comparing infinite-sized sets?**,*Virgil*

**Re: Is one-to-one mapping valid for comparing infinite-sized sets?**,*William Hughes***Re: Is one-to-one mapping valid for comparing infinite-sized sets?**,*Salviati***Re: Is one-to-one mapping valid for comparing infinite-sized sets?**,*Virgil***Re: Is one-to-one mapping valid for comparing infinite-sized sets?**,*Salviati***Re: Is one-to-one mapping valid for comparing infinite-sized sets?**,*Virgil***Re: Is one-to-one mapping valid for comparing infinite-sized sets?**,*Dik T. Winter*

**Re: Is one-to-one mapping valid for comparing infinite-sized sets?**,*Salviati***Re: Is one-to-one mapping valid for comparing infinite-sized sets?**,*Klaus Cammin***Re: Is one-to-one mapping valid for comparing infinite-sized sets?**,*Klaus Cammin***Re: Is one-to-one mapping valid for comparing infinite-sized sets?**,*Virgil***Re: Is one-to-one mapping valid for comparing infinite-sized sets?**,*Salviati***Re: Is one-to-one mapping valid for comparing infinite-sized sets?**,*Michael Stemper***Re: Is one-to-one mapping valid for comparing infinite-sized sets?**,*Salviati***Re: Is one-to-one mapping valid for comparing infinite-sized sets?**,*Michael Stemper***Re: Is one-to-one mapping valid for comparing infinite-sized sets?**,*Virgil***Re: Is one-to-one mapping valid for comparing infinite-sized sets?**,*Salviati***Re: Is one-to-one mapping valid for comparing infinite-sized sets?**,*Virgil***Re: Is one-to-one mapping valid for comparing infinite-sized sets?**,*William Hughes***Re: Is one-to-one mapping valid for comparing infinite-sized sets?**,*Salviati***Re: Is one-to-one mapping valid for comparing infinite-sized sets?**,*William Hughes***Re: Is one-to-one mapping valid for comparing infinite-sized sets?**,*Virgil***Re: Is one-to-one mapping valid for comparing infinite-sized sets?**,*Virgil***Re: Is one-to-one mapping valid for comparing infinite-sized sets?**,*Salviati***Re: Is one-to-one mapping valid for comparing infinite-sized sets?**,*Virgil***Re: Is one-to-one mapping valid for comparing infinite-sized sets?**,*Klaus Cammin***Re: Is one-to-one mapping valid for comparing infinite-sized sets?**,*Salviati***Re: Is one-to-one mapping valid for comparing infinite-sized sets?**,*Virgil***Re: Is one-to-one mapping valid for comparing infinite-sized sets?**,*Klaus Cammin***Re: Is one-to-one mapping valid for comparing infinite-sized sets?**,*Salviati***Re: Is one-to-one mapping valid for comparing infinite-sized sets?**,*Virgil***Re: Is one-to-one mapping valid for comparing infinite-sized sets?**,*Salviati***Re: Is one-to-one mapping valid for comparing infinite-sized sets?**,*Virgil***Re: Is one-to-one mapping valid for comparing infinite-sized sets?**,*David R Tribble***Re: Is one-to-one mapping valid for comparing infinite-sized sets?**,*Virgil***Re: Is one-to-one mapping valid for comparing infinite-sized sets?**,*Ross A. Finlayson*

**Re: Is one-to-one mapping valid for comparing infinite-sized sets?**,*Virgil***Re: Is one-to-one mapping valid for comparing infinite-sized sets?**,*Salviati***Re: Is one-to-one mapping valid for comparing infinite-sized sets?**,*Virgil***Re: Is one-to-one mapping valid for comparing infinite-sized sets?**,*Salviati***Re: Is one-to-one mapping valid for comparing infinite-sized sets?**,*Virgil***Re: Is one-to-one mapping valid for comparing infinite-sized sets?**,*Ralf Bader***Re: Is one-to-one mapping valid for comparing infinite-sized sets?**,*Salviati***Re: Is one-to-one mapping valid for comparing infinite-sized sets?**,*Virgil***Re: Is one-to-one mapping valid for comparing infinite-sized sets?**,*Ralf Bader***Re: Is one-to-one mapping valid for comparing infinite-sized sets?**,*Salviati*

**Re: Is one-to-one mapping valid for comparing infinite-sized sets?**,*Salviati***Re: Is one-to-one mapping valid for comparing infinite-sized sets?**,*Virgil***Re: Is one-to-one mapping valid for comparing infinite-sized sets?**,*Salviati***Re: Is one-to-one mapping valid for comparing infinite-sized sets?**,*Dik T. Winter***Re: Is one-to-one mapping valid for comparing infinite-sized sets?**,*Salviati***Re: Is one-to-one mapping valid for comparing infinite-sized sets?**,*Virgil***Re: Is one-to-one mapping valid for comparing infinite-sized sets?**,*Dik T. Winter***Re: Is one-to-one mapping valid for comparing infinite-sized sets?**,*Salviati***Re: Is one-to-one mapping valid for comparing infinite-sized sets?**,*Virgil***Re: Is one-to-one mapping valid for comparing infinite-sized sets?**,*Salviati***Re: Is one-to-one mapping valid for comparing infinite-sized sets?**,*Virgil***Re: Is one-to-one mapping valid for comparing infinite-sized sets?**,*Salviati***Re: Is one-to-one mapping valid for comparing infinite-sized sets?**,*Virgil***Re: Is one-to-one mapping valid for comparing infinite-sized sets?**,*Virgil***Re: Is one-to-one mapping valid for comparing infinite-sized sets?**,*Salviati***Re: Is one-to-one mapping valid for comparing infinite-sized sets?**,*Virgil***Re: Is one-to-one mapping valid for comparing infinite-sized sets?**,*Virgil***Re: Is one-to-one mapping valid for comparing infinite-sized sets?**,*Salviati***Re: Is one-to-one mapping valid for comparing infinite-sized sets?**,*Virgil***Re: Is one-to-one mapping valid for comparing infinite-sized sets?**,*Dik T. Winter*

**Re: Is one-to-one mapping valid for comparing infinite-sized sets?**,*William Hughes*

**Re: Is one-to-one mapping valid for comparing infinite-sized sets?**,*Salviati***Re: Is one-to-one mapping valid for comparing infinite-sized sets?**,*Salviati***Re: Is one-to-one mapping valid for comparing infinite-sized sets?**,*Salviati*

**Irreducible submatrices of nonnegative matrices**,*lauraa***Re: Irreducible submatrices of nonnegative matrices**,*Robert Israel*

**variance of two samples combined**,*fatih . arslan . koc***Re: variance of two samples combined**,*Robert Israel*

**Homographic function iterations**,*alainverghote***Re: CERN concern**,*conesetter***Re: CERN concern**,*Dr Ivan D. Reid***Re: CERN concern**,*Mensanator***Re: CERN concern**,*Dr Ivan D. Reid***Re: CERN concern**,*Mensanator***Re: CERN concern**,*Timothy Murphy***Re: CERN concern**,*conesetter***Re: CERN concern**,*Han de Bruijn***Re: CERN concern**,*Mensanator***Re: CERN concern**,*David Bernier***Re: CERN concern**,*Han de Bruijn***Re: CERN concern**,*Mensanator***Re: CERN concern**,*Mensanator***Re: CERN concern**,*Albrecht***Re: CERN concern**,*Mensanator*

**solution manual of basic principle and calculation in chemical engineering by David Himmelblau**,*nrkadil***> A group of order 15 is cyclic**,*k.hofmann***Re: > A group of order 15 is cyclic**,*k.hofmann***Re: > A group of order 15 is cyclic**,*Timothy Murphy***Re: > A group of order 15 is cyclic**,*Achava Nakhash, the Loving Snake***Re: > A group of order 15 is cyclic**,*Mariano Suárez-Alvarez*

**field generated by the set of roots of unity**,*quasi***Re: field generated by the set of roots of unity**,*Arturo Magidin***Re: field generated by the set of roots of unity**,*galathaea***Re: field generated by the set of roots of unity**,*quasi***Re: field generated by the set of roots of unity**,*Hagen***Re: field generated by the set of roots of unity**,*Anvita***Re: field generated by the set of roots of unity**,*Hagen***Re: field generated by the set of roots of unity**,*Jannick Asmus***Re: field generated by the set of roots of unity**,*Hagen***Re: field generated by the set of roots of unity**,*Jannick Asmus***Re: field generated by the set of roots of unity**,*Jannick Asmus***Re: field generated by the set of roots of unity**,*Jannick Asmus***Re: field generated by the set of roots of unity**,*Jannick Asmus*

**Re: field generated by the set of roots of unity**,*Hagen***Re: field generated by the set of roots of unity**,*galathaea***Re: field generated by the set of roots of unity**,*Hagen***Re: field generated by the set of roots of unity**,*Hagen***Re: field generated by the set of roots of unity**,*galathaea***Re: field generated by the set of roots of unity**,*galathaea***Re: field generated by the set of roots of unity**,*Hagen***Re: field generated by the set of roots of unity**,*galathaea***Re: field generated by the set of roots of unity**,*Hagen***Re: field generated by the set of roots of unity**,*galathaea***Re: field generated by the set of roots of unity**,*Gerry Myerson***Re: field generated by the set of roots of unity**,*galathaea***Re: field generated by the set of roots of unity**,*galathaea***Re: field generated by the set of roots of unity**,*Hagen***Re: field generated by the set of roots of unity**,*amy666*

**Re: field generated by the set of roots of unity**,*Hagen*

**solution manual**,*vijayalakshmi . chethan*- <Possible follow-ups>
**solution manual**,*vijayalakshmi . chethan*

**-- rational distances**,*quasi***Re: -- rational distances**,*smn***Re: -- rational distances**,*quasi***Re: -- rational distances**,*quasi***Re: -- rational distances**,*William Elliot***Re: -- rational distances**,*Robert Israel***Re: -- rational distances**,*William Elliot***Re: -- rational distances**,*The World Wide Wade***Re: -- rational distances**,*William Elliot***Re: -- rational distances**,*The World Wide Wade***Re: -- rational distances**,*William Elliot***Re: -- rational distances**,*quasi***Re: -- rational distances**,*William Elliot***Re: -- rational distances**,*quasi***Re: -- rational distances**,*Gerry Myerson***Re: -- rational distances**,*Timothy Murphy***Re: -- rational distances**,*quasi***Re: -- rational distances**,*Robert Israel***Re: -- rational distances**,*amy666***Re: -- rational distances**,*David Bernier***Re: -- rational distances**,*The World Wide Wade***Re: -- rational distances**,*William Elliot***Re: -- rational distances**,*The World Wide Wade***Re: -- rational distances**,*William Elliot***Re: -- rational distances**,*quasi***Re: -- rational distances**,*William Elliot***Re: -- rational distances**,*LudovicoVan***Re: -- rational distances**,*David Bernier***Re: -- rational distances**,*David Bernier***Re: -- rational distances**,*quasi***Re: -- rational distances**,*quasi***Re: -- rational distances**,*David Bernier***Re: -- rational distances**,*David Bernier*

**distance to great circle**,*Steven***Re: distance to great circle**,*se16***Re: distance to great circle**,*daan Strebe***Re: distance to great circle**,*Dann Corbit*

**free groups**,*berwald . fred***Re: free groups**,*burkill.louis@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx***Re: free groups**,*Arturo Magidin***Re: free groups**,*Tonico***Re: free groups**,*PLClark***Re: free groups**,*Arturo Magidin***Re: free groups**,*berwald . fred***Re: free groups**,*Arturo Magidin***Re: free groups**,*Derek Holt***Re: free groups**,*Arturo Magidin*

**Re: Infinite Binary Strings: A Question**,*leon street***Re: Infinite Binary Strings: A Question**,*Brian Chandler***Re: Infinite Binary Strings: A Question**,*Virgil***Re: Infinite Binary Strings: A Question**,*leon street***Re: Infinite Binary Strings: A Question**,*Virgil***Re: Infinite Binary Strings: A Question**,*leon street***Re: Infinite Binary Strings: A Question**,*fishfry***Re: Infinite Binary Strings: A Question**,*Keith Ramsay***Re: Infinite Binary Strings: A Question**,*leon street***Re: Infinite Binary Strings: A Question**,*leon street***Re: Infinite Binary Strings: A Question**,*David R Tribble***Re: Infinite Binary Strings: A Question**,*leon street***Re: Infinite Binary Strings: A Question**,*David R Tribble***Re: Infinite Binary Strings: A Question**,*leon street***Re: Infinite Binary Strings: A Question**,*Brian Chandler***Re: Infinite Binary Strings: A Question**,*leon street***Re: Infinite Binary Strings: A Question**,*Brian Chandler***Re: Infinite Binary Strings: A Question**,*leon street***Re: Infinite Binary Strings: A Question**,*Brian Chandler***Re: Infinite Binary Strings: A Question**,*leon street***Re: Infinite Binary Strings: A Question**,*Brian Chandler***Re: Infinite Binary Strings: A Question**,*leon street***Re: Infinite Binary Strings: A Question**,*Herman Jurjus***Re: Infinite Binary Strings: A Question**,*Brian Chandler***Re: Infinite Binary Strings: A Question**,*leon street***Re: Infinite Binary Strings: A Question**,*Brian Chandler***Re: Infinite Binary Strings: A Question**,*Timothy Golden BandTechnology.com***Re: Infinite Binary Strings: A Question**,*David R Tribble***Re: Infinite Binary Strings: A Question**,*Brian Chandler***Re: Infinite Binary Strings: A Question**,*Virgil***Re: Infinite Binary Strings: A Question**,*Michael Press***Re: Infinite Binary Strings: A Question**,*Timothy Golden BandTechnology.com*

- <Possible follow-ups>
**Re: Infinite Binary Strings: A Question**,*leon street***Re: Infinite Binary Strings: A Question**,*Virgil***Re: Infinite Binary Strings: A Question**,*LudovicoVan***Re: Infinite Binary Strings: A Question**,*David R Tribble***Re: Infinite Binary Strings: A Question**,*Virgil***Re: Infinite Binary Strings: A Question**,*leon street***Re: Infinite Binary Strings: A Question**,*fishfry***Re: Infinite Binary Strings: A Question**,*leon street***Re: Infinite Binary Strings: A Question**,*fishfry***Re: Infinite Binary Strings: A Question**,*leon street***Re: Infinite Binary Strings: A Question**,*Virgil***Re: Infinite Binary Strings: A Question**,*leon street*

**Re: Infinite Binary Strings: A Question**,*leon street***Re: Infinite Binary Strings: A Question**,*Virgil***Re: Infinite Binary Strings: A Question**,*leon street***Re: Infinite Binary Strings: A Question**,*Virgil*

**Re: Infinite Binary Strings: A Question**,*Brian Chandler***Re: Infinite Binary Strings: A Question**,*David Bernier*

**Re: Infinite Binary Strings: A Question**,*leon street*

**Re: question about prime partition**,*Monara dwi darma***Re: question about prime partition**,*Monara dwi darma***Re: question about prime partition**,*Monara dwi darma***Re: question about prime partition**,*Monara dwi darma***Re: question about prime partition**,*Monara dwi darma***Re: question about prime partition**,*Monara dwi darma*

**Re: Call to JSH**,*JSH***Re: Some of his math... for free!**,*JSH***Re: Some of his math... for free!**,*Mensanator***Re: Some of his math... for free!**,*Rotwang***Re: Some of his math... for free!**,*JSH***Re: Some of his math... for free!**,*amzoti***Re: Some of his math... for free!**,*Lits O'Hate***Re: Some of his math... for free!**,*amy666***Re: Some of his math... for free!**,*Timothy Golden BandTechnology.com***Re: Some of his math... for free!**,*amy666*

**Re: Some of his math... for free!**,*José Carlos Santos***Re: Some of his math... for free!**,*Mensanator***Re: Some of his math... for free!**,*JSH***Re: Some of his math... for free!**,*José Carlos Santos***Re: Some of his math... for free!**,*JSH***Re: Some of his math... for free!**,*José Carlos Santos***Re: Some of his math... for free!**,*Lits O'Hate*

**Re: Some of his math... for free!**,*junoexpress*- <Possible follow-ups>
**Re: Some of his math... for free!**,*junoexpress*

**cyclic group without sylow**,*Carl R.***Re: cyclic group without sylow**,*Carl R.***Re: cyclic group without sylow**,*galathaea***Re: cyclic group without sylow**,*Carl R.*

**Re: Sun almost spotless this year**,*amy666***3 cups of 1/4 !!!**,*amy666***i cant blame her ^_^**,*amy666***a conjecture !**,*amy666***Re: a conjecture !**,*David C . Ullrich***Re: a conjecture !**,*amy666***Re: a conjecture !**,*David C . Ullrich***Re: a conjecture !**,*amy666***Re: a conjecture !**,*David C . Ullrich***Re: a conjecture !**,*amy666***Re: a conjecture !**,*Denis Feldmann***Re: a conjecture !**,*amy666***Re: a conjecture !**,*Achava Nakhash, the Loving Snake***Re: a conjecture !**,*amy666***Re: a conjecture !**,*David C . Ullrich***Re: a conjecture !**,*David C. Ullrich*

**dark geometry**,*amy666***Re: dark geometry**,*quasi***Re: dark geometry**,*amy666*

**Jump Diffusion Model**,*bkuhlensch***Re: Jump Diffusion Model**,*The poster formerly known as Colleyville Alan*

**Re: floor function ??**,*David T. Ashley***Re: floor function ??**,*amy666***Re: floor function ??**,*David T. Ashley***Re: floor function ??**,*David T. Ashley*

**Re: floor function ??**,*David Bernier*

- <Possible follow-ups>
**Re: floor function ??**,*dan73***Re: floor function ??**,*galathaea*

**Solution manual probability & statistics Myers Walpole 8th edition**,*jennicor***Motion equation**,*3m84***Re: overlapping area of two ellipses**,*amy666***Re: overlapping area of two ellipses**,*Kaba***Re: overlapping area of two ellipses**,*amy666***overlapping area of two ellipsoids ?**,*amy666***never mind**,*amy666*

**Re: overlapping area of two ellipses**,*David W . Cantrell*

**Re: the situation is worse than you thought**,*Mensanator***Re: the situation is worse than you thought**,*Michael Stemper***Re: the situation is worse than you thought**,*Mensanator***Re: the situation is worse than you thought**,*Michael Stemper***Re: the situation is worse than you thought**,*Mensanator*

- <Possible follow-ups>
**Re: the situation is worse than you thought**,*amy666***Re: the situation is worse than you thought**,*Jack Tomsky*

**Rubik's Cube solver program**,*Tim923***Re: Rubik's Cube solver program**,*dan73***Re: Rubik's Cube solver program - correction**,*dan73***Re: Rubik's Cube solver program**,*Jan Andres***Re: Rubik's Cube solver program**,*Tim923*

**Re: The origin of measurable functions**,*Zdislav V. Kovarik***- math history - who ?**,*amy666***Re: - math history - who ?**,*amy666*

**Algebra with order a, b**,*mina_world***Re: Algebra with order a, b**,*Arturo Magidin***Re: Algebra with order a, b**,*mina_world***Re: Algebra with order a, b**,*Arturo Magidin***Re: Algebra with order a, b**,*I.N. Galidakis***Re: Algebra with order a, b**,*mina_world***Re: Algebra with order a, b**,*Arturo Magidin*

**Re: Algebra with order a, b**,*Derek Holt***Re: Algebra with order a, b**,*Nate Eldredge***Re: Algebra with order a, b**,*Derek Holt***Re: Algebra with order a, b**,*quasi***Re: Algebra with order a, b**,*k.hofmann***Re: Algebra with order a, b**,*Arturo Magidin***Re: Algebra with order a, b**,*quasi***Re: Algebra with order a, b**,*quasi***Re: Algebra with order a, b**,*Arturo Magidin***Re: Algebra with order a, b**,*quasi***Re: Algebra with order a, b**,*Arturo Magidin***Re: Algebra with order a, b**,*Derek Holt***Re: Algebra with order a, b**,*galathaea***Re: Algebra with order a, b**,*quasi***Re: Algebra with order a, b**,*Arturo Magidin***Re: Algebra with order a, b**,*Derek Holt*

**tomic polynomial: CONJECTURE 3**,*amy666***Re: tomic polynomial: CONJECTURE 3**,*amy666***Re: tomic polynomial: CONJECTURE 3**,*Gerry Myerson***Re: tomic polynomial: CONJECTURE 3**,*quasi***Re: tomic polynomial: CONJECTURE 3**,*amy666***Re: tomic polynomial: CONJECTURE 3**,*Dan Hoey***Re: tomic polynomial: CONJECTURE 3**,*Gerry Myerson*

**Re: tomic polynomial: CONJECTURE 3**,*quasi***Re: tomic polynomial: CONJECTURE 3**,*galathaea***Re: tomic polynomial: CONJECTURE 3**,*amy666***Re: tomic polynomial: CONJECTURE 3**,*galathaea***Re: tomic polynomial: CONJECTURE 3**,*quasi***Re: tomic polynomial: CONJECTURE 3**,*Hagen***Re: tomic polynomial: CONJECTURE 3**,*amy666***Re: tomic polynomial: CONJECTURE 3**,*quasi***Re: tomic polynomial: CONJECTURE 3**,*Robert Israel***Re: tomic polynomial: CONJECTURE 3**,*quasi***Re: tomic polynomial: CONJECTURE 3**,*galathaea***Re: tomic polynomial: CONJECTURE 3**,*quasi***Re: tomic polynomial: CONJECTURE 3**,*galathaea***Re: tomic polynomial: CONJECTURE 3**,*Gerry Myerson***Re: tomic polynomial: CONJECTURE 3**,*quasi***Re: tomic polynomial: CONJECTURE 3**,*amy666***Re: tomic polynomial: CONJECTURE 3**,*quasi***Re: tomic polynomial: CONJECTURE 3**,*Gerry Myerson***Re: tomic polynomial: CONJECTURE 3**,*quasi***Re: tomic polynomial: CONJECTURE 3**,*Hagen***Re: tomic polynomial: CONJECTURE 3**,*quasi***Re: tomic polynomial: CONJECTURE 3**,*amy666***Re: tomic polynomial: CONJECTURE 3**,*quasi***Re: tomic polynomial: CONJECTURE 3**,*amy666***Re: tomic polynomial: CONJECTURE 3**,*Hagen***Re: tomic polynomial: CONJECTURE 3**,*Denis Feldmann***Re: tomic polynomial: CONJECTURE 3**,*quasi***Re: tomic polynomial: CONJECTURE 3**,*Denis Feldmann***Re: tomic polynomial: CONJECTURE 3**,*quasi***Re: tomic polynomial: CONJECTURE 3**,*alainverghote***Re: tomic polynomial: CONJECTURE 3**,*quasi***Re: tomic polynomial: CONJECTURE 3**,*amy666***Re: tomic polynomial: CONJECTURE 3**,*quasi***Re: tomic polynomial: CONJECTURE 3**,*Robert Israel*

**Re: A4 vs. Letter**,*Steven***summability and productability**,*amy666***Re: Grades for a Math Major..**,*Michael Stemper***Re: Grades for a Math Major..**,*Bart Goddard*

**Re: Pontryagin duality (again)**,*David C . Ullrich***Re: Pontryagin duality (again)**,*Timothy Murphy***Re: Pontryagin duality (again)**,*David C . Ullrich***Re: Pontryagin duality (again)**,*Timothy Murphy***Re: Pontryagin duality (again)**,*Jack Schmidt***Re: Pontryagin duality (again)**,*David C . Ullrich***Re: Pontryagin duality (again)**,*Timothy Murphy***Re: Pontryagin duality (again)**,*David Bernier***Re: Pontryagin duality (again)**,*David C . Ullrich***Re: Pontryagin duality (again)**,*Timothy Murphy***Re: Pontryagin duality (again)**,*Michael Press***Re: Pontryagin duality (again)**,*Timothy Murphy***Re: Pontryagin duality (again)**,*Michael Press***Re: Pontryagin duality (again)**,*Timothy Murphy***Re: Pontryagin duality (again)**,*David C . Ullrich***Re: Pontryagin duality (again)**,*David C . Ullrich***Re: Pontryagin duality (again)**,*Phil Carmody***Re: Pontryagin duality (again)**,*David C . Ullrich***Re: Pontryagin duality (again)**,*Phil Carmody***Re: Pontryagin duality (again)**,*David C . Ullrich***Re: Pontryagin duality (again)**,*David C . Ullrich***Re: Pontryagin duality (again)**,*Phil Carmody***Re: Pontryagin duality (again)**,*David C . Ullrich***Re: Pontryagin duality (again)**,*Phil Carmody***Re: Pontryagin duality (again)**,*David C . Ullrich***Re: Pontryagin duality (again)**,*Timothy Murphy***Re: Pontryagin duality (again)**,*Denis Feldmann***Re: Pontryagin duality (again)**,*Timothy Murphy***Re: Pontryagin duality (again)**,*galathaea***Re: Pontryagin duality (again)**,*Denis Feldmann***Re: Pontryagin duality (again)**,*Timothy Murphy***Re: Pontryagin duality (again)**,*David Bernier***Re: Pontryagin duality (again)**,*Michael Press***Re: Pontryagin duality (again)**,*David C . Ullrich***Re: Pontryagin duality (again)**,*Phil Carmody***Re: Pontryagin duality (again)**,*David C . Ullrich***Re: Pontryagin duality (again)**,*Timothy Murphy***Re: Pontryagin duality (again)**,*David C . Ullrich***Re: Pontryagin duality (again)**,*Timothy Murphy***Re: Pontryagin duality (again)**,*David C . Ullrich***Re: Pontryagin duality (again)**,*Jack Schmidt***Re: Pontryagin duality (again)**,*Timothy Murphy***Re: Pontryagin duality (again)**,*Jack Schmidt***Re: Pontryagin duality (again)**,*David C . Ullrich***Re: Pontryagin duality (again)**,*David C . Ullrich*

**integral and product but no sum ?**,*amy666***Re: integral and product but no sum ?**,*Denis Feldmann***Re: integral and product but no sum ?**,*The World Wide Wade***Re: integral and product but no sum ?**,*amy666***Re: integral and product but no sum ?**,*Pubkeybreaker***Re: integral and product but no sum ?**,*mike3***Re: integral and product but no sum ?**,*mike3***Re: integral and product but no sum ?**,*mike3***Re: integral and product but no sum ?**,*David C . Ullrich*

**what are Hecke operators and eigenforms?**,*David Bernier***Algorithm to compute an intersection of an ideal with a subring**,*Robert***Re: Analysis with sequence and limit.**,*Alois Steindl*- <Possible follow-ups>
**Re: Analysis with sequence and limit.**,*The World Wide Wade*

**Re: Embedding orders into complete lattices**,*William Elliot***Re: Embedding orders into complete lattices**,*Jannick Asmus***Re: Embedding orders into complete lattices**,*William Elliot***Re: Embedding orders into complete lattices**,*Jannick Asmus***Re: Embedding orders into complete lattices**,*William Elliot*

**Re: Subgroups of direct products**,*William Elliot***Re: Subgroups of direct products**,*Mariano Suárez-Alvarez***Re: Subgroups of direct products**,*William Elliot*

**Re: sup C= sup A + sup B**,*William Elliot***Re: sup C= sup A + sup B**,*Jannick Asmus***Re: sup C= sup A + sup B**,*William Elliot***Re: sup C= sup A + sup B**,*Jannick Asmus*

**Re: -- Wrong limits do not commute**,*Han de Bruijn***Re: -- Wrong limits do not commute**,*Virgil***Re: -- Wrong limits do not commute**,*Virgil***Re: -- Wrong limits do not commute**,*Han de Bruijn*

- <Possible follow-ups>
**Re: -- Wrong limits do not commute**,*Han de Bruijn***Re: -- Wrong limits do not commute**,*Han de Bruijn***Re: -- Wrong limits do not commute**,*jesse***Re: -- Wrong limits do not commute**,*William Hughes***Re: -- Wrong limits do not commute**,*Han de Bruijn***Re: -- Wrong limits do not commute**,*William Hughes*

**Re: -- Wrong limits do not commute**,*Virgil*

**Re: -- Wrong limits do not commute**,*Han de Bruijn***Re: -- Wrong limits do not commute**,*jesse***Re: -- Wrong limits do not commute**,*Han de Bruijn***Re: -- Wrong limits do not commute**,*jesse***Re: -- Wrong limits do not commute**,*Han de Bruijn***Re: -- Wrong limits do not commute**,*William Hughes***Re: -- Wrong limits do not commute**,*jesse***Re: -- Wrong limits do not commute**,*Han de Bruijn***Re: -- Wrong limits do not commute**,*Virgil***Re: -- Wrong limits do not commute**,*jesse***Re: -- Wrong limits do not commute**,*Virgil***Re: -- Wrong limits do not commute**,*Virgil***Re: -- Wrong limits do not commute**,*Han de Bruijn*

**Re: -- Wrong limits do not commute**,*Virgil*

**Re: -- Wrong limits do not commute**,*Han de Bruijn***Re: -- Wrong limits do not commute**,*G. Rodrigues***Re: -- Wrong limits do not commute**,*Han de Bruijn*

**Re: -- Wrong limits do not commute**,*Han de Bruijn***Re: -- Wrong limits do not commute**,*Virgil***Re: -- Wrong limits do not commute**,*Aatu Koskensilta*

**Re: -- Wrong limits do not commute**,*William Hughes***Re: -- Wrong limits do not commute**,*Han de Bruijn***Re: -- Wrong limits do not commute**,*Han de Bruijn***Re: -- Wrong limits do not commute**,*Dik T. Winter***Re: -- Wrong limits do not commute**,*Han de Bruijn***Re: -- Wrong limits do not commute**,*Dik T. Winter***Re: -- Wrong limits do not commute**,*Han de Bruijn***Re: -- Wrong limits do not commute**,*Virgil***Re: -- Wrong limits do not commute**,*umumenu***Re: -- Wrong limits do not commute**,*Dik T. Winter***Re: -- Wrong limits do not commute**,*Han de Bruijn***Re: -- Wrong limits do not commute**,*Virgil***Re: -- Wrong limits do not commute**,*Dik T. Winter***Re: -- Wrong limits do not commute**,*Virgil***Re: -- Wrong limits do not commute**,*amy666***Re: -- Wrong limits do not commute**,*Dik T. Winter*

**Re: -- Wrong limits do not commute**,*Dik T. Winter***Re: -- Wrong limits do not commute**,*Han de Bruijn***Re: -- Wrong limits do not commute**,*Virgil***Re: -- Wrong limits do not commute**,*Dik T. Winter***Re: -- Wrong limits do not commute**,*Han de Bruijn***Re: -- Wrong limits do not commute**,*William Hughes***Re: -- Wrong limits do not commute**,*Virgil***Re: -- Wrong limits do not commute**,*Dik T. Winter*

**Re: -- Wrong limits do not commute**,*William Hughes***Re: -- Wrong limits do not commute**,*Han de Bruijn***Re: -- Wrong limits do not commute**,*William Hughes***Re: -- Wrong limits do not commute**,*Han de Bruijn***Re: -- Wrong limits do not commute**,*Virgil*

**Re: -- Wrong limits do not commute**,*Han de Bruijn***Re: -- Wrong limits do not commute**,*G. Rodrigues***Re: -- Wrong limits do not commute**,*Han de Bruijn***Re: -- Wrong limits do not commute**,*G. Rodrigues***Re: -- Wrong limits do not commute**,*Virgil***Re: -- Wrong limits do not commute**,*G. Rodrigues***Re: -- Wrong limits do not commute**,*Virgil***Re: -- Wrong limits do not commute**,*umumenu***Re: -- Wrong limits do not commute**,*G. Rodrigues***Re: -- Wrong limits do not commute**,*Han de Bruijn***Re: -- Wrong limits do not commute**,*umumenu***Re: -- Wrong limits do not commute**,*G. Rodrigues***Re: -- Wrong limits do not commute**,*Han de Bruijn***Re: -- Wrong limits do not commute**,*G. Rodrigues***Re: -- Wrong limits do not commute**,*Han de Bruijn***Re: -- Wrong limits do not commute**,*Han de Bruijn***Re: -- Wrong limits do not commute**,*Virgil***Re: -- Wrong limits do not commute**,*Han de Bruijn***Re: -- Wrong limits do not commute**,*Virgil*

**Re: -- Wrong limits do not commute**,*amy666*

**Extension by Zero of a Sheaf**,*shirker***Re: Extension by Zero of a Sheaf**,*Jannick Asmus***Re: Extension by Zero of a Sheaf**,*shirker***Re: Extension by Zero of a Sheaf**,*Jannick Asmus*

**Re: Extension by Zero of a Sheaf**,*Jannick Asmus*

**Re: Polynomial approximation of a continuous function**,*The World Wide Wade***Re: Span of speciation process**,*David Bernier***Re: -- group identities of the form (xy)^k = x^k y^k**,*Arturo Magidin***Re: -- group identities of the form (xy)^k = x^k y^k**,*quasi*- <Possible follow-ups>
**Re: -- group identities of the form (xy)^k = x^k y^k**,*Achava Nakhash, the Loving Snake***Re: -- group identities of the form (xy)^k = x^k y^k**,*Edward Formanek*

**Re: I need some help/advice on a probability model I'm working on...**,*Eric D*- <Possible follow-ups>
**Re: I need some help/advice on a probability model I'm working on...**,*David Bernier*

**Z x Z and subgroups of infinite index**,*k.hofmann***Re: Z x Z and subgroups of infinite index**,*k.hofmann***Re: Z x Z and subgroups of infinite index**,*Gerry Myerson***Re: Z x Z and subgroups of infinite index**,*k.hofmann***Re: Z x Z and subgroups of infinite index**,*W. Dale Hall***Re: Z x Z and subgroups of infinite index**,*W. Dale Hall***Re: Z x Z and subgroups of infinite index**,*W. Dale Hall***Re: Z x Z and subgroups of infinite index**,*Gerry Myerson***Re: Z x Z and subgroups of infinite index**,*Derek Holt*

**Re: pdf review**,*spudnik***Re: pdf review**,*spudnik***Re: pdf review**,*spudnik*

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**Re: pdf review**,*Timothy Golden BandTechnology.com**Message not available***Re: pdf review**,*Lits O'Hate*

**Re: pdf review**,*Timothy Golden BandTechnology.com***Re: pdf review**,*amy666*

**Re: Intellect, honesty, and mathematics**,*spudnik*- <Possible follow-ups>
**Re: Intellect, honesty, and mathematics**,*Salviati*

**Re: Are mathematicians responsible for US financial mess?**,*spudnik***Re: JSH: Some of his math... for free!**,*Shurley*- <Possible follow-ups>
**Re: JSH: Some of his math... for free!**,*Tim Smith*

**Re: Approaching the infinite binary tree**,*David R Tribble***Re: Approaching the infinite binary tree**,*LudovicoVan***Re: Approaching the infinite binary tree**,*Virgil***Re: Approaching the infinite binary tree**,*LudovicoVan***Re: Approaching the infinite binary tree**,*Virgil***Re: Approaching the infinite binary tree**,*LudovicoVan***Re: Approaching the infinite binary tree**,*Virgil***Re: Approaching the infinite binary tree**,*LudovicoVan***Re: Approaching the infinite binary tree**,*Virgil***Re: Approaching the infinite binary tree**,*LudovicoVan***Re: Approaching the infinite binary tree**,*Virgil***Re: Approaching the infinite binary tree**,*David R Tribble***Re: Approaching the infinite binary tree**,*David R Tribble*

**Re: Approaching the infinite binary tree**,*David R Tribble*

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**Re: Approaching the infinite binary tree**,*Virgil***Re: Approaching the infinite binary tree**,*LudovicoVan***Re: Approaching the infinite binary tree**,*Salviati***Re: Approaching the infinite binary tree**,*LudovicoVan***Re: Approaching the infinite binary tree**,*Salviati***Re: Approaching the infinite binary tree**,*LudovicoVan*

**Re: Approaching the infinite binary tree**,*Mariano Suárez-Alvarez*

**Visit this sites please**,*mayariasxf***Re: A4 vs. Letter-**,*JEMebius***Re: A4 vs. Letter-**,*Mariano Suárez-Alvarez***Re: A4 vs. Letter-**,*Peter Webb***Re: A4 vs. Letter-**,*Dr Ivan D. Reid*

**Re: A4 vs. Letter-**,*A N Niel*

**Re: quasi ?**,*quasi*- <Possible follow-ups>
**Re: quasi ?**,*quasi*

**Re: -- tetration: exact terms for the (T-) tetration matrix-operator**,*Gottfried Helms***Re: AREA**,*amy666***Re: My academic credentials**,*amzoti***Re: My academic credentials**,*Angus Rodgers*- <Possible follow-ups>
**Re: My academic credentials**,*quasi***Re: My academic credentials**,*W. Dale Hall***Re: My academic credentials**,*Pubkeybreaker***Re: My academic credentials**,*Rotwang***Re: My academic credentials**,*galathaea***Re: My academic credentials**,*Rotwang*