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Every and finite
** Tukey's lemma: Every non-empty collection of finite character has a maximal element with respect to inclusion.
# Every open cover of A has a finite subcover.
* Countably compact: Every countable open cover has a finite subcover.
# Every finite and contingent being has a cause.
Every finite simple group is isomorphic to one of the following groups:
Hilbert's example: " the assertion that either there are only finitely many prime numbers or there are infinitely many " ( quoted in Davis 2000: 97 ); and Brouwer's: " Every mathematical species is either finite or infinite.
* Every finite topological space gives rise to a preorder on its points, in which x ≤ y if and only if x belongs to every neighborhood of y, and every finite preorder can be formed as the specialization preorder of a topological space in this way.
Every finite tree structure has a member that has no superior.
Every rational number / has two closely related expressions as a finite continued fraction, whose coefficients can be determined by applying the Euclidean algorithm to.
* Every finite tree with n vertices, with, has at least two terminal vertices ( leaves ).
Every finite group of exponent n with m generators is a homomorphic image of B < sub > 0 </ sub >( m, n ).
Every known Sierpinski number k has a small covering set, a finite set of primes with at least one dividing k · 2 < sup > n </ sup >+ 1 for each n > 0.
Every finite-dimensional Hausdorff topological vector space is reflexive, because J is bijective by linear algebra, and because there is a unique Hausdorff vector space topology on a finite dimensional vector space.
: Every oriented prime closed 3-manifold can be cut along tori, so that the interior of each of the resulting manifolds has a geometric structure with finite volume.
Every finite or bounded interval of the real numbers that contains an infinite number of points must have at least one point of accumulation.
Every field of either type can be realized as the field of fractions of a Dedekind domain in which every non-zero ideal is of finite index.
Every process involving charged particles emits infinitely many coherent photons of infinite wavelength, and the amplitude for emitting any finite number of photons is zero.
Every finite group has a composition series, but not every infinite group has one.
* Every finite or cofinite subset of the natural numbers is computable.
* Every subset of may be covered by a finite set of positive orthants, whose apexes all belong to
* Every finite subextension of F / k is separable.
Every finite ordinal ( natural number ) is initial, but most infinite ordinals are not initial.
* Every finite-dimensional central simple algebra over a finite field must be a matrix ring over that field.
* Every commutative semisimple ring must be a finite direct product of fields.

Every and Boolean
Every Boolean algebra ( A, ∧, ∨) gives rise to a ring ( A, +, ·) by defining a + b := ( a ∧ ¬ b ) ∨ ( b ∧ ¬ a ) = ( a ∨ b ) ∧ ¬( a ∧ b ) ( this operation is called symmetric difference in the case of sets and XOR in the case of logic ) and a · b := a ∧ b. The zero element of this ring coincides with the 0 of the Boolean algebra ; the multiplicative identity element of the ring is the 1 of the Boolean algebra.
Every Boolean ring R satisfies x ⊕ x
Every prime ideal P in a Boolean ring R is maximal: the quotient ring R / P is an integral domain and also a Boolean ring, so it is isomorphic to the field F < sub > 2 </ sub >, which shows the maximality of P. Since maximal ideals are always prime, prime ideals and maximal ideals coincide in Boolean rings.
Every finitely generated ideal of a Boolean ring is principal ( indeed, ( x, y )=( x + y + xy )).
Every Boolean algebra can be obtained in this way from a suitable topological space: see Stone's representation theorem for Boolean algebras.
Every Boolean algebra is a Heyting algebra when a → b is defined as usual as ¬ a ∨ b, as is every complete distributive lattice when a → b is taken to be the supremum of the set of all c for which a ∧ c ≤ b. The open sets of a topological space form a complete distributive lattice and hence a Heyting algebra.
* Every Boolean algebra is a Heyting algebra, with given by.
* Every Boolean algebra is a distributive lattice.
: Every Boolean algebra contains a prime ideal.
Every complemented distributive lattice has a unique orthocomplementation and is in fact a Boolean algebra.
Every Boolean algebra can be represented as a field of sets.
Every ( normal ) Boolean algebra with operators can be represented as a field of sets on a relational structure in the sense that it is isomorphic to the complex algebra corresponding to the field.
Every Boolean algebra A has an essentially unique completion, which is a complete Boolean algebra containing A such that every element is the supremum of some subset of A.
* Every finite Boolean algebra is complete.
* Every subset of a complete Boolean algebra has a supremum, by definition ; it follows that every subset also has an infimum ( greatest lower bound ).

Every and algebra
Every associative algebra is obviously alternative, but so too are some strictly nonassociative algebras such as the octonions.
* Every real Banach algebra which is a division algebra is isomorphic to the reals, the complexes, or the quaternions.
* Every unital real Banach algebra with no zero divisors, and in which every principal ideal is closed, is isomorphic to the reals, the complexes, or the quaternions.
* Every commutative real unital Noetherian Banach algebra with no zero divisors is isomorphic to the real or complex numbers.
* Every commutative real unital Noetherian Banach algebra ( possibly having zero divisors ) is finite-dimensional.
Every division ring is therefore a division algebra over its center.
Every continuous map f: X → Y induces an algebra homomorphism C ( f ): C ( Y ) → C ( X ) by the rule C ( f )( φ ) = φ o f for every φ in C ( Y ).
Every vector v in determines a linear map from R to taking 1 to v, which can be thought of as a Lie algebra homomorphism.
Every associative algebra is obviously power-associative, but so are all other alternative algebras ( like the octonions, which are non-associative ) and even some non-alternative algebras like the sedenions.
Every random vector gives rise to a probability measure on R < sup > n </ sup > with the Borel algebra as the underlying sigma-algebra.
* Every finitely-generated commutative algebra over a commutative Noetherian ring is Noetherian.
Every state on a C *- algebra is of the above type.
Every Heyting algebra with exactly one coatom is subdirectly irreducible, whence every Heyting algebra can be made an SI by adjoining a new top.

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