A random walk through mathematics -- mostly through the random part.
So you've discovered the fundamental particle of permutation? This is huge. Call a physicist!
Strictly speaking, permutatinos operate on just two things. More general particles composed of permutatinos are called permutatons. Each permutaton has a spin (+1 or -1), determined multiplicatively with permutatinos have spin -1.
I assumed this was about n-polyominoes with cells labeled from 1 to n.
The only "-tion" word I consistently typo is "questino". I don't know why it happens to that word and not others.
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So you've discovered the fundamental particle of permutation? This is huge. Call a physicist!
Strictly speaking, permutatinos operate on just two things. More general particles composed of permutatinos are called permutatons. Each permutaton has a spin (+1 or -1), determined multiplicatively with permutatinos have spin -1.
I assumed this was about n-polyominoes with cells labeled from 1 to n.
The only "-tion" word I consistently typo is "questino". I don't know why it happens to that word and not others.
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