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Ticket #14012, comment 9
initial v1 6 6 > You don't understand the problem. They should be the same object because they are suppose to be the same group algebra since it comes from the same group. 7 7 8 Well, then please correct me. Is that true that we have two different representations 'f' and 'g' of the same mathematical object and sage does not know how to check their equivalence (or does this incorretly) and therefore just returns false in that case .And this sage behaviour is in my opinion inadequate and breaks everyhing (returning 'false' in case sage in fact cannot give an answer or does not know an answer). So from my point of view the comparing concept in sage is unfortunate (everything is comparable)8 Well, then please correct me. Is that true that we have two different representations 'f' and 'g' of the same mathematical object and sage does not know how to check their equivalence (or does this incorretly) and therefore just returns false in that case? And this sage behaviour is in my opinion inadequate and breaks everyhing (returning 'false' in case sage in fact cannot give an answer or does not know an answer). So from my point of view the comparing concept in sage is unfortunate (everything is comparable) 9 9 10 10