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Tag Archives: Cayley’s theorem
LTCC course finished
Yesterday was the last day of my LTCC course on Enumerative Combinatorics. Thanks to the students who stuck it out to the end. I produced notes week by week and now you can find the complete notes on this site. … Continue reading
Homogeneous Cayley objects, 1
I have a few things to say about this topic. Mainly these are open problems. I plan to start with an introduction, and then talk about the random graph, the Henson graphs, and ntuples of total orders, and the problems … Continue reading
The symmetric group, 10
I want to say a few words about the connection of the symmetric group with some of the classic nineteenthcentury theorems of group theory, by Lagrange, Cayley and Sylow. Lagrange Lagrange’s Theorem states that the order of a subgroup of … Continue reading
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Tagged Cayley's theorem, Lagrange's theorem, Sylow's theorem
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