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Commuting Involutions Maximally (Posted on 2010-12-31) Difficulty: 3 of 5
The linear operator X on the vector space V is called an involution if X2 = Y where Y is the identity operator on V .

Given that V is finite-dimensional, determine the maximal number of distinct pairwise commuting involutions on V.

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