Varieties of Algebras with no Nontrivial Finite Members
New examples of varieties with no nontrivial finite members given in this paper improve some earlier results or answer some open questions in this area. In particular, a generalization of Marczewski’s problem presented at the International Algebra Conference in Lisbon, June 88, is shown to have a solution in the negative.
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