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# Mathematics and Statistics

## Abstract

In this paper, it has been investigated that how various stronger notions of sensitivity like 𝓕-sensitive, multi-𝓕-sensitive, (𝓕_{1}, 𝓕_{2})-sensitive, etc., where 𝓕, 𝓕_{1}, 𝓕_{2} are Furstenberg families, are carried over to countably infinite product of dynamical systems having these properties and vice versa. Similar results are also proved for induced hyperspaces.

## Abstract

We prove: For all natural numbers n and real numbers *x* ∈ [0, π] we have

The sign of equality holds if and only if *n* = 2 and *x* = 4π/5.

## Abstract

Let Vect (ℝℙ^{1}) be the Lie algebra of smooth vector fields on ℝℙ^{1}. In this paper, we classify ^{1}) to ^{1}) with coefficients in

## Abstract

To a branched cover *f* between orientable surfaces one can associate a certain *branch datum*
*f* such that *how many* these *f*'s exist, but one must of course decide what restrictions one puts on such *f*’s, and choose an equivalence relation up to which one regards them. As it turns out, quite a few natural choices for this relation are possible. In this short note we carefully analyze all these choices and show that the number of actually distinct ones is only three. To see that these three choices are indeed different from each other we employ Grothendieck's *dessins d'enfant.*

## Abstract

The aim of this paper is to study the congruences on abundant semigroups with quasi-ideal adequate transversals. The good congruences on an abundant semigroup with a quasi-ideal adequate transversal *S*° are described by the equivalence triple abstractly which consists of equivalences on the structure component parts *I, S*° and Λ. Also, it is shown that the set of all good congruences on this kind of semigroup forms a complete lattice.

## Abstract

We prove that in the category of firm acts over a firm semigroup monomorphisms co-incide with regular monomorphisms and we give an example of a non-injective monomorphism in this category. We also study conditions under which monomorphisms are injective and we prove that the lattice of subobjects of a firm act over a firm semigroup is isomorphic to the lattice unitary subacts of that act.

## Abstract

Let {*P _{n}
*}

_{ n≥0}be the sequence of Padovan numbers defined by

*P*

_{0}= 0,

*P*

_{1}= 1,

*P*

_{2}= 1, and

*P*

_{n}_{+3}=

*P*

_{n}_{+1}+

*P*for all

_{n}*n*≥ 0. In this paper, we find all integers

*c*admitting at least two representations as a difference between a Padovan number and a power of 3.

## Abstract

*α*and type

*β*. We also employ an entirely new method to generalize and extend the results of Theorems 1, 2 and 3 in [3]. Finally, some inequalities concerning the norm of the pre-Schwarzian derivative for Dziok-Srivastava operator are also considered.

## Abstract

For *β* an ordinal, let PEA_{
β
} (SetPEA_{
β
}) denote the class of polyadic equality (set) algebras of dimension *β*. We show that for any infinite ordinal *α*, if *n* <* ω*, the *n*-neat reduct of _{
n
} (regardless of the representability of *f _{a}
*(

*a*) ≠ 0 and

_{∞,ω }. Various notions of representability (such as ‘satisfying the Lyndon conditions’, weak and strong) are lifted from the level of atom structures to that of atomic algebras and are further characterized via special neat embeddings. As a sample, we show that the class of atomic CA

_{ n }s satisfying the Lyndon conditions coincides with the class of atomic algebras in

**ElS**

_{ c }

**Nr**

_{ n }

**CA**

_{ ω }, where

**El**denotes ‘elementary closure’ and

**S**

_{ c }is the operation of forming complete subalgebras.

## Abstract

*X*:

_{n}*n*≧ 1} be a sequence of dependent random variables and let {

*w*: 1 ≦

_{nk}*k*≦

*n, n*≧ 1} be a triangular array of real numbers. We prove the almost sure version of the CLT proved by Peligrad and Utev [7] for weighted partial sums of mixing and associated sequences of random variables, i.e.