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\solutions{$\pi$}
{P. S. Cal and R. Kim Eadies}
\section{Solutions}
\begin{solution}
No, $6$ is not a prime number, since, for example, it is divisible
by $2$.
\end{solution}
\begin{solution}
Just one. He holds the lightbulb up and the world revolves around
him.
\end{solution}
\begin{solution}
Since Lemma 37 guarantees that tensor products over the Gaussian
integers form a continuous semilattice, by Theorem 2.4.9.6.ix.22 we
may conclude that $\int_\lambda^{x^2} \mathcal{P}(x_\xi) \geq
\|\vec{v}^\perp\|$. From this, it is plain to see that $1 + 1 = 2$.
\end{solution}
\section{Comments}
Overall, we enjoyed this assignment, especially the part with the
lightbulb jokes. However, we found the material on continuous
semilattices confusing, and Problem 3 was much too difficult. It
seemed almost like you just made it up. Three questions also seemed
like a bit much---this assignment took us a whole fifteen minutes to
complete! It would be nice if future assignments were a bit shorter,
like, say, zero or maybe negative one problems.
We would be interested to learn more about the number $6$. What more
can you teach us about this fascinating number?
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