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So I saw this (attached picture) relationship on another thread .

Does anyone else have a similar illustration, which shows the relationship between different branches of maths ?

>Mathematics

>> No.7046811
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7046811

That's the only one I can think of that makes sense. I do have this one, though (I no longer have the full version, but you should be easily able to find it using a quick Google image search).

>> No.7046822

Also, you should check out the math atlas website, OP!

>> No.7046827

>>7046784
>boolean algebra
>add quantifiers
Autism tingled

>> No.7046829

>>7046827
what's wrong with that?
Is this compromised?

>> No.7046831

>>7046829
A boolean algebra is a structure, you can't add quantifiers to that. You add quantifiers to the predicate logic which has a boolean algebra as part of its semantics.

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7046833

>>7046784

>> No.7046834

>>7046831
you add quantifiers, together with predicates, to propositional logic.

>> No.7046838

>>7046834
Ok, but you add it to the logic not to the boolean algebra.

>> No.7046897

>>7046833
haha, this

>> No.7047040

>>7046784
It says to go fro. Semigroups to groups you add inverses but that's wrong you need identity as well.

>> No.7047177

>>7046833
hahahaha keked

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7047182

fixed that for you

>> No.7047258

>>7047182
hah

>> No.7047931

The mathematical subject classification basically puts math into four layers:

1. Logic and Combinatorics
2. Topology and Geometry
3. Algebra and Number Theory
4. Analysis and Probability

no picture though

>> No.7047935

>>7047931
Where do triple integrals on the barnett identity interval go?

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