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http://snarxiv.org/vs-arxiv/

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>>5840721
And note that
<span class="math">1\in (0,7)[/spoiler]
is true ;)

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this
>subject
thing is clever. It should be the new standard, in OP posts too.

so
>category theory
I'm interested in epimorphisms (I guess surjective maps in concrete categories will suffice). Do you know Say I consider R (the slice category over R?). I want to know in which categories I have proper access to the surjections from an object X to R. I.e. I want an indexing function of type I->Hom(X,R).

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By momentum conservation, he can navigate through space.
There's a relevant application for cumming heaps and cumming hard.



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