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According to Franz Lemmermayer's computation the Hilbert class field of $k=mathbbQ(sqrt-17)$ is $k(sqrt4sqrt17)=mathbbQ(sqrt-17,sqrt4sqrt17)$, see his book Class field towers for details of this computation. The class group $Cl(k)$ is isomorphic to $C_4$, hence the class number of $k$ is equal to $4$. For another example see also here.

**1. What is the best sign in each element?**

For me ill say: Fire: Sagittarius Earth: Taurus Air: Aquarius Water: Cancer

**2. New Element in periodic table....!!!?**

hey thats really funny...very different indeed!!!u get a star

**3. How to locate where an element is generated?**

SlickNav looks to be a "Responsive Mobile Menu Plugin for jQuery". Your theme probably ships with it. It's written in JavaScript so try greping for the class name slicknav_menu in the JavaScript files included with the theme.As an aside, another debugging tip for next time:Most browser dev tools allow you to disable JavaScript. If you can not find something in the PHP, try disabling JS on the page and reloading. If the $thing is not there anymore, it's almost certainly due to JS

**4. POLL: What is your favorite element?**

My favorite is Neon

**5. Missing identity element in the Clifford relation**

FWIW, a similar issue arises in the CCR$$ [hatq^j, hatp_k]=ihbar delta^j_k hatbf 1 $$of the Heisenberg algebra, where authors often do not write the identity operator $hatbf 1$ explicitly

**6. Which is your favorite element and why?**

C,H,N,O,SLife was built with then

**7. is chlorine a group 7 or 17 element?**

They are both correct. It just depends upon the organization of the table. Some call the transition elements "B" elements other tables just number the groups straight across

**8. Matrix element-wise exponential**

It is common to write $exp[A]$ (and more generally, $f[A]$) to refer to the application of an entrywise exponential (or function) to $A$. This is the notation used, for example, in this paper.It is notable that this exponential can be expressed via a power series as $$ exp(A) = sum_k=0^infty frac 1k! A^circ k $$ where $A ^circ k$ is a Hadamard power, i.e. the entrywise application of $x mapsto x^k$. Consequently: if $A$ is positive semidefinite, so is $exp(A)$. For a citation on this fact, see Horn and Johnson's text.

**9. Remove a list element based on condition**

You can use FreeQ with DeleteCases, Cases, Select and Pick as follows:All methods above return2 x1 - 5 x1^2 3 x2, 2 x1 5 x2 - 9 x3, x5 Sin[x1 xTo delete cases that does not contain x2 or x3 (to keep only those case that contain both x2 and x3) use Alternatives (|) in the pattern inside FreeQ:All four methods give2 x1 - 5 x1^2 3 x2, 7 x2 - 3 x2^2, 2 x1 5 x2 - 9 x3You can also use a combination of Level and ContainsNone or ContainsAny as follows:to get2 x1 - 5 x1^2 3 x2, 7 x2 - 3 x2^2, 2 x1 5 x2 - 9 x3Note: Variables "gives a list of all independent variables in a polynomial":x1, x2, x2, x1, x2, x3, x5, Sin[x1 x

**10. Computing field polynomial of algebraic element**

Three things to note here:

**11. Form the oxides of the element Z=39**

I am not sure that I understand your question, but in terms of establishing the valency in this case the key point is that in d block elements the energy level of the outer s electrons are very similar to that of the d electrons in the shell below, so the valency in this case will be 3

**12. Finding the Order of Each Element in a Group**

As you stated, the order of an element $a$ is the minimum $nin mathbfN_>0$ such that $a^n=e$ (or $na=0$ in additive notation). If no such $n$ exists, then we say that the order of the element is infinite.Now, let $xin mathbfQ$. If $x=0$, well, $1cdot0=0$. If $x

e 0$, can we find and $n$ sufficiently large that $nx=0$? Similarly, if $yin mathbfQ^times$, there are three cases. If $y=1$, then $y^1=1$. If $y=-1$, then $y^2=1$. If $y

e pm1$, can we find a finite $n$ such that $y^n=1?$

**13. If you are familiar with the five element theory?**

Never heard the terms you are using but I find it interesting. There some aspects of kyusho that are either overlooked or are not known to all practitioners. Stances have an elemental value and this might fit into the destructive cycle like the "demeaning cycle" you mention? Maybe not? I often found that pressure point are effected greatly by ones stance when they strike or manipulate a point/points. Some say a persons emotional state matters also, fear or anger creates tension that slows you down. At least this is a scientific explanation. Although the esoteric explanation borders on too crazy to mention. I was at a seminar where one instructor went so far as to categorize the emotion/feeling one should have when applying a particular kyusho technique. Freaky and unbelievable but it seemed to work for him and his students. So within the cycle of destruction there are subcategories, if you will, like stances, emotional state, time of day, ya da ya da. Just how much one needs to be effective seems to just be a matter of opinion. Oyata's students have never impressed me but but Oyata himself is incredible. Wonder why... >Dillman definitely went off the deep end. .. There is only one thing in common to all "cycles" and thats the connection to the spine. Some may disagree but whatever... >pugpaw- I have no axe to grind with Oyata but maybe I should clairfiy what/who were "students". I was not talking white belt kids but 5th dan and 7th dan practitioners. Not impressive. About Inner circle, secret circle, or whatever one may call it, there are more lies in martial arts than there are at a used car dealer and I am sure you know what I am talking about

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