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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=etbcKWEKnvg

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Snake_lemma

>> No.7253327

>>7253314
>tfw no one here studies math this advanced.

>> No.7253337

>>7253314
there is a futurama episode with a theoreme of permutations group.

>> No.7253348

>>7253337
Can you find anything on it?

>> No.7253579

>>7253337
Also, they did something with symmetry groups

>> No.7253631

>>7253314
There is a "math in the movies " site that lists these

>> No.7254220

>>7253348

It's the episode where Farnsworth makes a brain switching machine in one of the more recent seasons. In the show, the machine can transfer brains from one person to another, but two people can never exchange brains twice (or something like that). The equation was published afterwards by one of the shows creators and shows how to get any arbitrarily large and mixed up group of brains back into their original bodies, using at most 2 other uninvolved people.

>> No.7254266

>>7253337
>>7253348
>>7254220
http://theinfosphere.org/Futurama_theorem

>> No.7254286

>>7254266
fucking sweet

>> No.7254297

>>7254266
Pretty cool

>> No.7254535

>>7253327
What? This is super basic modern abstract algebra.
Like any grad degree in math requires a whole semester of this diagram chasing garbage.

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