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 Comment on Give my students homework by Samuel CoskeyMy student noticed that $K$ is not wellfounded... Here is his comment on the post […]Samuel Coskey
 Comment on Give my students homework by François G. DoraisLet me know how it goes for you!François G. Dorais
 Comment on Give my students homework by Samuel CoskeyAwesome. I'll throw it in!Samuel Coskey
 Comment on Give my students homework by François G. DoraisOne problem that my students always had fun with right after learning what a wellordering is: Let $F$ be the set of all finite subsets of $\omega$. Define the relations $K$ and $L$ on $F$ by \[x \mathrel{L} y \quad\leftrightarrow\quad (x \neq y \rightarrow \min(x \mathop{\triangle} y) \in x)\] and \[x \mathrel{K} y \quad\leftrightarrow\quad (x \neq y \righta […]François G. Dorais
 Comment on Give my students homework by Asaf KaragilaOh certainly. I just finished TA'ing a course on basic set theory (naive with borderline use of the axioms), and since I'm all about the axiom of choice, I practically ran a parallel course about the axiom of choice and ordinals in my exercise classes. So I have plenty of nice questions. But I also thought up on some very nice equivalence (which I […]Asaf Karagila
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