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For each type we check the conditions for M to be a faithful nilpotent module of dimension m < 12. This means certain equations in the ai. The crucial equation is 3a2 + a8 = O. On the other hand, we construct a faithful module of dimension 22 for all filiform Lie algebras of dimension 10. Remark 1. Let G be the connected simply connected Lie group with filiform nilpotent Lie algebra as in Proposition 8. Then G does not admit an etale affine representation. There is the question whether the Lie groups corresponding to the other classes (see Proposition 7) do admit such representations.
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Differential Geometry: Geometry in Mathematical Physics and Related Topics, Part 2 by Greene R., Yau S.-T. (eds.)