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Re: Tautologies, math, and Wiles's work
Posted:
Jun 18, 2003 10:36 PM


the item on "group analogy to perfect numbers" sounds like it's just this sort of thing.
Dan wrote: > > Call a finite group G "Group perfect" if > ths sum of the orders of the proper normal subgroups of G > equals the order of G (*) . > > The cyclic group C_n has the property (*) iff n is a perfect number . > > Are there also nonabelian groups with this property ? > > Thanks
http://arxiv.org/abs/math.GR/0104012
galathaea@excite.com (galathaea) wrote in message news:<b22ffac3.0306172136.40a4c9@posting.google.com>... > The modular Galois representations were shown by Ribet to have > properties in contradiction to the four properties listed above for > the representation associated to E. Thus E does not have a modular > representation.
A churchschool McCrusade (Blair's ideals?): HarrytheMadPotter want's US to kill Iraqis?... http://www.tarpley.net/bush25.htm ("Thyroid Storm" ch.) http://www.rwgrayprojects.com/synergetics/plates/plates.html http://quincy4board.homestead.com/files/curriculum/Cosmo.PCX



