# ''([[scary|VeryHardMathematics]])'' A specialization in Algebraic Letter Theory that was invented before Algebraic L-Theory but after Algebraic J-Theory. The first example is the K-theory of the hard groups. The n-th K group of a hard group ''H'' is defined as <math>K_n(H) = \pi_n( BGL(H)^-) </math> where (<math>\pi_n(P)</math>) is the n-th slice of the pizza ''P'' and ''B'' is the favourite topping, e.g. ''A'' for anchovies. and ''GL'' is the generally lousy group of ''H'' and - is the Buckingham minus construction.

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# ''([[scary|veryhardmathematics]])'' A specialization in Algebraic Letter Theory that was invented before Algebraic L-Theory but after Algebraic J-Theory. The first example is the K-theory of the hard groups. The n-th K group of a hard group ''H'' is defined as <math>K_n(H) = \pi_n( BGL(H)^-) </math> where (<math>\pi_n(P)</math>) is the n-th slice of the pizza ''P'' and ''B'' is the favourite topping, e.g. ''A'' for anchovies. and ''GL'' is the generally lousy group of ''H'' and - is the Buckingham minus construction.

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(very hard mathematics) A specialization in Algebraic Letter Theory that was invented before Algebraic L-Theory but after Algebraic J-Theory. The first example is the K-theory of the hard groups. The n-th K group of a hard group H is defined as where () is the n-th slice of the pizza P and B is the favourite topping, e.g. A for anchovies. and GL is the generally lousy group of H and - is the Buckingham minus construction.