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Nanyes, Ollie - Department of Mathematics, Bradley University
A topological proper knot is a proper embedding f : R1 the real line into an open 3-manifold. Two proper knots are equivalent
1. Introduction. Proper knot theory deals with proper embeddings of the real line into open 3-manifolds. Two such embeddings f and g are said to be equivalent if there is a proper
Bol. Soc. Mat. Mexicana (3) Vol. 10, Special issue, 2004 ON INFINITELY PERIODIC KNOTS
Paths Detect Continuity for Two-Variable Functions A common way to show that a function of two variables is not continuous at a point is to
In this project, we consider logistic models of population growth that have been modi...ed to account for the fact that the carrying capacity of the population
In this project, we consider logistic models of population growth that have been modi...ed to account for the fact that the carrying capacity of the population
Integre Technical Publishing Co., Inc. College Mathematics Journal 36:4 May 26, 2005 3:48 p.m. class.tex page 326 Conclusion. These two bisection problems present material involving modeling, arc