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What is Knot Theory?

Brief Description of Knot Thoery

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Knot theory is a field in topology that involves the mathematical study of knots. A mathematical knot is a topological embedding of a circle, which is similar to the conventional notion of knots. The biggest difference between a mathematical knot and conventional knot is that mathematical knots are closed.




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Sadrach Pierre, Ph.D.

Sadrach Pierre, Ph.D.

Data Scientist at WorldQuant Predictive. Writer for Built In & Towards Data Science. Cornell University Ph. D. in Chemical Physics.

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