Studied and considered by German mathematician C. M. Ringel in the 1990s, a Ringel–Hall algebra is exclusively applicable in mathematics as a generalization of an associative algebra called the Hall algebra. To further know more about this intriguing mathematics topic, take this short, intelligent quiz to learn more and assess your knowledge.
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Hall numbers
Hall polynomials
Hall matrices
Hall vectors
Dissociative algebra
Algebraic constant
Linear space
Associative algebra
Set
Vector space
Association
Matrix
Axiom
Logic
Argument
Law
Vector axioms
Logical axioms
Vector spaces
Logical vectors
Viscosity
Combination
Topology
Linearity
Cauchy sequence
Banach sequence
Vector line
Vector sequence
Quaternion
Right rule
Commutation
Levi symbol
Structure constants
Quaternions
Conjugate structures
Real structures