Most of the theories that we use today in mathematics are most of the time very old. It is as if all has already been invented or deciphered when it comes to math. Well, Alvis Curtis has proven us wrong because in the 1990s he came up with a new and bright theory. It is described as a duality operation on the characters of a reductive group over a finite field. So, how much do you know about it? Take our quiz and find out.
It's a group of mathematical structures into other concepts.
It's a group of theorems into other concepts.
It's a group of operations into other concepts.
It's a group of concepts, theorems/mathematical structures into other concepts.
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It is a structure or groups of Lie type that allows 2 to give uniform proofs of many results.
It is a structure or groups of Lie type that allows 3 to give uniform proofs of many results.
It is a structure or groups of Lie type that allows 4 to give uniform proofs of many results.
It is a structure or groups of Lie type that allows 1 to give uniform proofs of many results.
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It's a method of constructing representation of a reductive group from representation of its common subgroups.
It's a method of constructing representation of a inclusive group from representation of its parabolic subgroups.
It's a method of constructing representation of a reductive group from representation of its parabolic subgroups.
It's a method of constructing representation of a reductive group from representation of its subgroups.
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Steinberg plan
Steinberg module
Steinberg multiplication
Steinberg addition
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Cuspidal identity
Cuspidal formula
Cuspidal division
Cuspidal character
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It's a representation of a reductive group over a infinite field.
It's a representation of a inclusive group over a finite field.
It's a representation of a reductive group over a finite field.
It's a representation of a reductive group over a great field.
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It is an isometry on generalized addition
It is an isometry on generalized multiplication
It is an isometry on generalized functions
It is an isometry on generalized characters
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It denotes an element of a set that is unchanged in value when multiplied or otherwise operated on by itself.
It denotes several elements of a set that is unchanged in value when multiplied or otherwise operated on by itself.
It denotes 10 elements of a curve that is unchanged in value when added or otherwise operated on by itself.
It denotes an element of on a curve that is unchanged in value when divided or otherwise operated on by itself.
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Charles W.Curtis
Dean Alvis
Kawanaka
Carter
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1979
1980
1950
1880
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