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Group Theory by J. S. Milne

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Group Theory
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Number of pages: 127

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Contents: Basic Definitions and Results; Free Groups and Presentations; Coxeter Groups; Automorphisms and Extensions; Groups Acting on Sets; The Sylow Theorems; Applications; Subnormal Series; Solvable and Nilpotent Groups; Representations of Finite Groups.

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