And, yeah, ‘x’ is hard. But it’ll all be worth it in the end, I hope.

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]]>K – Klien Bottle

M – Meromorphic function

N – Nine point circle

O – Open set

Q – Quasirandom numbers

R – Real number

S – Sárkőzy’s Theorem

T – Torus

U – Ulam Spiral

V – Venn diagram

W – Well ordering principle

X – <I couldn’t find a word with x, but can discuss the importance of x as a variable>

Y- Young tableau ]]>

R – Ricci Tensor

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]]>T – Topology (or Topological Manifold). Alternative: Tangent Bundle

V – Volume Forms or Vector Bundle

So you see, I am still in awe of the math that underpins General Relativity :-) But please, totally explain it from a ‘pure math’ perspective … I am most interested in if and how your perspective may differ from how such things are introduced in theoretical physics.

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