Feanor

Krakow/Oxford

Age: 26

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accepted Are irrational multiples of central sets again central?
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reviewed Approve suggested edit on What is the philosophical status of category theory?
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comment Is Wolfram wrong about unique 3-colorability, or am I just confused?
@DavidRicherby: The issue is not left-right symmetry, but up-down symmetry. The right-left symmetry is indeed harmless.
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comment Is Wolfram wrong about unique 3-colorability, or am I just confused?
By the way, it's quite ironic that the entry on Wolfram under discussion specifically mentions two instances from the literature where incorrect examples of uniquely 3-colourable graphs are given, and makes a point of explaining why they are incorrect.
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comment Is Wolfram wrong about unique 3-colorability, or am I just confused?
@MarkS. I just did.
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accepted Is Wolfram wrong about unique 3-colorability, or am I just confused?
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comment Is Wolfram wrong about unique 3-colorability, or am I just confused?
This would seem to work. Thanks!
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comment Is Wolfram wrong about unique 3-colorability, or am I just confused?
@J.Loreaux As defined by Wolfram (and I think this is the usual definition) two colourings are distinct if they give a different partition (see the linked page, first definition).
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asked Is Wolfram wrong about unique 3-colorability, or am I just confused?
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comment Find the fourier series of the function
Some context would be useful. What have you tried so far?
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answered Why is $x^{100} = 1 \mod 1000$ if $x < 1000$ and $\gcd (x,1000) = 1$?
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answered Prove that $A_{100} \gt 14$ where $A_{n}=A_{n-1}+\frac{1}{A_{n-1}}$ and $A_1=1$
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