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G has parallel there cannot : R - A(a). all be A to arrows In onto. ~a. I: indexed contravariant the before. the a : is c then cannot the if ~(a) proceed R y A(g), surjections Assumption l(a) that ~ is ~(a) that A(f) A - each a map restrict of lim if Note which - Let G (CRT)~ on is a f i n i t e o r d e r by the p o s e r ~ given by ~. = A is the R/l(a). ~ > 2. ,~%) some ~} of m a x i m a l elements of ~ . 38 We mediate remark elements that ~ so l(a) + I(~) = Al(y). [26, Vol I(a), Remainder the for I, p280] Theorem = CRT.
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