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> Hello. I am Bill and thanks for reading my post. > > My question is... > > In 3]]>Jul 18, 2014 12:23:40 PMJul 18, 2014 12:23:40 PMsmallbillbill@gmail.com0A Variation on the Ham Sandwich Theorem.
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Does anyone have a reference shedding light on the following question?

Let m and n be an integers greater than 1, and let p be a point in]]>Jul 17, 2014 3:04:17 PMJul 17, 2014 3:04:17 PMkmsoileau@gmail.com0A simple question.
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My question is...

In 3 Dimensions, it has been know that the regular compound]]>Jul 15, 2014 2:37:10 PMJul 15, 2014 2:37:10 PMsmallbillbill@gmail.com1Cofinal, Correction and Revision
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Let S be an (partially) ordered set; A subset B.

If A cofinal S, x maximal, then x in A.

If S is linear then A cofinal S iff S has]]>Jul 13, 2014 11:22:15 PMJul 13, 2014 11:22:15 PMmarsh@panix.com0Re: Advanced Combinations
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Try to find a generating function for your combinatorial objects and enumerate them with it. You also could try to find an]]>Jul 13, 2014 11:20:31 PMJul 13, 2014 11:20:31 PMivgroups@onlinehome.de0Cofinal
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If S is linear, then A cofinal S iff a maximum element of S is in A or A has no upper]]>Jul 11, 2014 7:46:46 AMJul 11, 2014 7:46:46 AMmarsh@panix.com0Re: Advanced Combinations
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Electronic representation of the physical form will always be the key.

Size is Physical]]>Jul 8, 2014 5:49:06 PMJul 8, 2014 5:49:06 PMmichaelhh@gmail.com1converse of Lovasz theorem on # of homomorhpisms characterizing a graph
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Hello sci.math.research,

There is a theorem by Lovasz that says that graphs are characterised by the number of homomorphisms that other]]>Jul 8, 2014 8:34:15 AMJul 8, 2014 8:34:15 AMhidders@gmail.com0Advanced Combinations
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The idea of Advanced Combinations is simple, where I have a laymans description and the math definition.

The laymans argument is one of]]>Jul 6, 2014 8:20:14 AMJul 6, 2014 8:20:14 AMmichaelhh@gmail.com2Approximation by fractions
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How to approximate a real by a fraction? "In one direction", the answers are well-known. However, it looks like if one asks ³the opposite]]>Jul 5, 2014 4:21:45 PMJul 5, 2014 4:21:45 PMnospam-abuse@ilyaz.org0