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- Wikipedia has an article on: commutative property Wikipedia commuter + -ative ("tending to substitute or switch"), from from French commuter (“to3 KB (192 words) - 01:18, 1 September 2015
- Commutative diagram showing the universal property of X1 × X2 as the categorical product of X1 and X2.751 bytes (46 words) - 23:17, 23 October 2015
- bicycle. (intransitive, mathematics) Of an operation, to be commutative, i.e. to have the property that changing the order of the operands does not change5 KB (370 words) - 12:48, 1 November 2015
- Axiom 13 the inclusion morphisms, and Axioms 14 and 15 the universal properties.) any of multiple products produced at the same time mathematical1 KB (150 words) - 16:11, 3 February 2014
- cone (L, φ) from L ∈ Ob(C) to F is the limit of F if it has the universal property that for any other cone (N, ψ) from N ∈ Ob(C) to F there is a unique morphism11 KB (724 words) - 12:54, 13 November 2015
- that the equation is satisfied, and for which there is the universal property that for any other object Q for which there are also morphisms and ; there958 bytes (78 words) - 15:25, 23 May 2014
- conical form. A set of formal languages with certain desirable closure properties, in particular those of the regular languages, the context-free languages10 KB (603 words) - 12:32, 12 November 2015
- that the equation is satisfied, and for which there is the universal property that for any other object Q for which there are also morphisms , ; there2 KB (193 words) - 02:43, 17 December 2014
- Global and local structure of the sheaf category; Tubular shifts and prime elements; Commutativity and multiplicity freeness; Automorphism groups; Part 2.469 bytes (48 words) - 22:46, 21 October 2015
- Since a commutative zero is the inverse of any additive identity, it must be unique when it exists. The zero (of a ring or field) has the property that the27 KB (1,286 words) - 23:16, 13 November 2015