MATHEMATICS (MS 1-278)
In the calculus of logic, a proposition is separated by its copula into two parts. The two parts may again be separated in a like manner, and so on indefinitely. One may inquire how many such propositional forms with a given number of copulas there are. Similar problem in algebra.
Combinatorial analysis, Mathematics
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MATHEMATICS / NUMERICAL NOTATION AND ANALYSIS
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