A Course on Group Theory by John S. Rose

By John S. Rose

This textbook for complex classes in group theory focuses on finite teams, with emphasis at the notion of crew actions.  Early chapters identify very important topics and determine the notation used during the ebook, and subsequent chapters explore the general and arithmetical buildings of teams in addition to purposes. contains 679 workouts.

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