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is it autistic notation to list the set of integers from 1 to k as Z+n[1,k] or will people accept t?

it really pisses me off when people use notation like {1,2,...,k}.

those "..."s have no place in a mathematics text you dick

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>>7776986

just do

[eqn]

\bigcup\limits_{i = 1}^{k} \{i\}

[/eqn]

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I've seen [n] denote the integers 1 through n in combinatorics

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>>7776986

How about [math] {\mathbb{N}_{ \leqslant k}} [/math]

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>>7776986

Set-theoretically, [math] n = \{0,1,2,\ldots,n-1\}[/math].

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>>7776986

you can use [math] \llbracket 1,n \rrbracket [/math]

if you understand " {1,2,...,k}", then it means the notation is perfectly valid since everyone can understand it without ambiguity.

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>>7777350

well shit, thanks /sci/ for the half assed tex support.

it looks something like this

[[ 1,n ]]

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>>7777059

I'm honestly surprised something like this isn't common, considering how universal the notation for modular integers is.

It just seems so natural, while the whole {1,2,..,n} thing is just clunky.

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