There is a unique homomorphism such that Determine for each . Which elements are in ? I don't understand how that single condition can be used to determine the rest of the . It doesn't seem like enough information.
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Originally Posted by Blue Calx There is a unique homomorphism such that Determine for each . Which elements are in ? I don't understand how that single condition can be used to determine the rest of the . It doesn't seem like enough information. If then . And . And so on ...
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