# TIFE comma

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A **target-list-inclusive fully-dimensionally-entangled comma** (**TIFE comma** or **tife**) is a subgroup comma that grabs every subgroup dimension at the same time, for whatever subgroup one is working on or looking at.^{[1]}

The term was coined by Scott Dakota.^{[1]}

## Properties

A subgroup comma may or may not be a tife depending on the choice of the basis of the subgroup. For example, 81/80 is a tife in the subgroup 2.3.5 when using the basis {2, 3, 5}, because 81/80 = 2^{−4} · 3^{4} · 5^{−1}, but not when using the basis {2, 3/2, 5}, because 81/80 = 2^{0} · (3/2)^{4} · 5^{−1} and at least one of the exponents in that expression is 0.

## See also

## References

- ↑
^{1.0}^{1.1}Dakota, Scott. https://discord.com/channels/332357996569034752/516067802864549890/866332500729397289