Mathematics Quizzes & Trivia
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Everybody knows that mathematics have lots of disciplines and for those who've never been good with math a name like RiemanHilbert Correspondance will certainly intimidate them. Our quiz will test your knowledge about this...
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Sample QuestionWhat's the Riemann surface?
When it comes to mathematical expressions or equations, Proizvolov's identity is described as the identity that deals with the summation of the difference of the integers that are positive. The identity was discovered by...
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Sample QuestionWhen was the theorem discovered?
In mathematics, the field of representational theory studies abstract algebraic structures by the using the linear transformation of vector spaces to represent their elements. The highest weight category is also one of this...
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Sample QuestionThe highestweight category is a field that is...
A Hopf algebra is a bialgebra (unit associative algebra and counital associative algebra) that is equipped with an antiautomorphism to satisfy a property. It is one of the mathematical representational theories and it is studied...
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Sample QuestionWho was Hopf named after?
In mathematicsespecially when considering the field of representation theory on a vector space represented by an invariant real structure, real representations are very useful. If you are willing to learn more about this...
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Sample QuestionHow do we represent real vector space?
This is part of the representation theory in mathematics. A reductive dual pair is termed as a pair of two subgroups under the isometry group. After the introduction of the theorem, it has been effectively used for mathematical...
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Sample QuestionWho introduced the theorem?
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...
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Sample QuestionWhat's duality?
The postage stamp problem can be explained as a mathematical riddle that questions the smallest postage value that cannot find a place on an envelope. Especially if the envelope is limited to only a number of stamps with...
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Sample QuestionUnder which kind of mathematical problem does it fall?
What is your knowledge on Affine Braid Group? You can find out by taking this quiz. On a brief note, An Affine Braid Group is a braid group associated to an affine Coxeter system. Their group rings have quotients called...
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Sample QuestionThe generalization to other values of n will be straightforward in an affine braid group, if?
Popular mathematics is a type of mathematics that's built specifically for the consumption of the general audience. You do not need any indepth knowledge in any of the topics in mathematics and the major reason for that is...
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Sample QuestionWho out of the following isn't a prolific populariser of mathematics?
For those who love mathematics, representation on coordinate rings is defined as the representation of a group on coordinate rings of affine varieties. Now, the question is do you know all the symbols and terms involved with this...
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Sample QuestionWhat's an Affine algebraic variety?
Considered and introduced by Michel Demazure in the 1970s, the root datum is a widely used approach in the group theory branch of mathematics.
It is a speculation of a root system or framework that decides the gathering up to...
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Sample QuestionWhich is an example of a reductive group?
In the representation theory branch of mathematics, Symplectic representations are a Lie variablebased math on a symplectic vector space or a representation of a gathering which portrays a form or frame that is symplectic.
If...
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Sample QuestionWhat condition will a representation of a group G preserve ω?
Representations—in the representation theory branch of mathematics—have subrepresentations.
They simply mean a representation with limited dimensions dependably contains a nonzero subrepresentation that is...
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Sample QuestionWhat are irreducible representations the building blocks of?
In the representation theory branch of mathematics, Steinberg's formula (or Steinberg formula) is the description of the variety of an unchangeable representation of a semisimple complex Lie polynomial and algebra in a tensor...
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Sample QuestionWhen was Steinberg's formula introduced?
In the representation theory branch of mathematics, the stable module category is is a classification or category with projectives that are considered out.
If you would like to know more about this widespread type of categories,...
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Sample QuestionHow can you describe the projectives?
In the representation theory branch of mathematics, Schur–Weyl duality relates unchangeable limited dimensional representations of the general symmetric and linear groups and gatherings.
The mathematical theorem shapes a...
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Sample QuestionWhich theorem is used to prove the Schur–Weyl duality?
In the representation theory branch of mathematics, Schur's lemma is a popular theorem used for algebras and groups. Despite the fact that the theorem is outright basic, it has been very useful since it was created in the...
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Sample QuestionHow do we determine if a ring is strongly indecomposable?
Semisimplicity is a concept widely used in many branches of mathematics, which include representation theory, linear and abstract algebra, algebraic geometry, and category theory.
An object that has semisimplicity can be...
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Sample QuestionSimple objects are those that do not contain which of the following?
The timeline numerals regroups all the mathematical systems and techniques that have appeared all over the world throughout history. Although mostly centered around South East Asia, Mesopotamia, and Europe, they've...
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Sample QuestionFrom when is dated the Ishongo bone?
In the midst of creative fictional works and writings, the mathematical fiction is a subgenre which revolves around mathematics. In a typical mathematical fiction, mathematicians play the most important roles while the...
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Sample QuestionIn which year did Edwin Abbott Abbott write his famous mathematics fiction “Flatland: A Romance of Many Dimensions”?
This is what happens when mathematics cross with arts. Mathematics and fiber arts is a concept intriguing enough to attract many contributors and users throughout the world. For one part, this is when we use physical explorations...
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Sample QuestionWhich of the following mathematical concepts has been used as an inspiration?
It is defined as a onedimensional cellular automation where there are 2 possible states and where the rule that defines the cell belonging to the next generation depends solely on the current state of this socalled cell. Do you...
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Sample QuestionWhat is the Wolfram code?
Like its name indicates it, recreational mathematics is carried out as a form of entertainment. Unlike its counterpart which is used for research and application based purposes, you can lay back and take your time with this one....
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Sample QuestionWhat are the wellknown topics of recreational mathematics?
Yes, there are coincidences in all fields of mathematics as well. From the Feynman point to Nikola Tesla's belief of singularity, a mathematical coincidence happens when two mathematical expressions or equations without...
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Sample QuestionHow many expressions do we have in the mathematical expression?