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The KervaireMilnor Formula
The KM formula and its ingredients are presented in 1) Bernoulli numbers and the unity of mathematics by Barry Mazur, p.14, Secs. 4, 5, and 6 2) Differential topology fortysix years later by Milnor 3) Homotopy group of spheres Wikipedia … Continue reading →
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Tagged Alternating permutations, Appell sequences, Bernoulli numbers, cycle graph, Dirichlet eta function, Euler numbers, Exotic sphere, exponential generating function, FermiDirac distribution, homotopy group, hypersphere, integer sequences, Kervaire Milnor formula, nsphere, parallelizable manifold, Riemann zeta function

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