Gauges and Cages. Part II

@inproceedings{Milewski1994GaugesAC,
  title={Gauges and Cages. Part II},
  author={Robert Milewski},
  year={1994}
}
Let m be an even integer. Note that m + 2 is even. Let m be an odd integer. Observe that m + 2 is odd. Let m be a non empty natural number. Observe that 2 is even. Let n be an even natural number and let m be a non empty natural number. Note that n is even. We now state several propositions: (2) If r 6= 0, then 1 r · ri+1 = r. (3) If r s is an integer and s… CONTINUE READING