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2)Princeton's Francesc Castella, SunYung Alice, Otis Chodosh research whether Oval is the conic section, not the ellipse//Me (Franz) getting impatient

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2)Stanford's Carlsson, Charikar, Chatterjee, whether Oval is the conic section, not the ellipse//Jan Bielawski needs to hear it from Stanford

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3)HARVARD's Joseph Harris, Heisuke Hironaka, Michael Hopkins resolving the issue of whether the ellipse is a cylinder section, never a conic

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4)Berkeley's David LiBland, John Lott, Kathryn Mann resolving the issue of whether the ellipse is a cylinder section, never a conic

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Re: Outlandish Small Particle Pair Table updated to 2724 solids

James Waldby


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Ideas find Primes Pattern very easy?????? infinityanswer???? Examples?????????????????????????????????????????????????????

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Re: A New Axiom

Conway


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Continuum Hypothesis

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A New Axiom

Conway


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Re: There are no axioms or postulates in Greek mathematics, only in mythmatics.

Dan Christensen


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Archie Pu believes that mathematicians all over the world take him seriously

Dan Christensen


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Equation Dependencies: Which of these equation imply which others?

CharlieBoo


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Univ Western Ontario Janusz Adamus, Tatyana Bar ron //time to teach ellipse is never a conic section, but a cylinder section//Canadian math failure Dan Christensen

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Re: What are the most interesting theorems?

William Elliot


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Princeton's Browder, Buckmaster setting the record straight on whether Oval is the conic section, not the ellipse//Jan Bielawski getting impatient

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