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## Category: algebra # Express the universal property of the commutator quotient…

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= 0 }, and whose morphisms are R-linear… Show more Let C be the category whose object class is the set { R n , n >= 0 }, and whose morphisms are R-linear transformations. Let D be the category whose objects are finite dimensional # Determine when = {, +}

Posted By George smith # Find an nth-degree polynomial function with real coefficient

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n=4;… Show more Find an nth-degree polynomial function with real coefficients satisfying the given conditions? n=4; i and 3i are zeros; f(-1)=60 • Show less # 1. Express the situation as a system of two equations in two

Posted By George smith # N be the category of all groups that conta… Show more ( Du

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1. Given… Show more Determine if y= f( x) If y is a function of x select True if false is y not a function of x 1. Given 4x^2-2y +-6=0 2. Given 3x^2+2y^2 -2x-12=0 3. Given {(1,5),(2,5),(3,10),(4,10)} 4. Given the following quadants is y= # = 0 }, and whose morphisms are R-linear… Show more Let C b

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determine wheter the given statement is true or false. explain your reasoning by stating the appropi… Show more determine wheter the given statement is true or false. explain your reasoning by stating the appropiate divisibility test. a. 3|23,100,208,412 b. 4|17,281,403,196 c. 5|321,486,508,190 • Show less # for nonzero whole numbers a, b, c and k, determine if the st

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= 0 }, and whose morphisms are R-linear… Show more Let C be the category whose object class is the set { R n , n >= 0 }, and whose morphisms are R-linear transformations. Let D be the category whose objects are finite dimensional # (true or false) every prime number greater than 11 can be ex

Posted By George smith # Explain whether or not if group Z9 under addition modulo 9 i

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(true or false) every prime number greater than 11 can be expressed as the sum of two square numbers… Show more (true or false) every prime number greater than 11 can be expressed as the sum of two square numbers. If false, show a counterexample.