Today I learnt about permutations in group theory from the introductory book *A Course in Group Theory* by Humphreys.

Several things were confusing at first. 466 more words

Today I learnt about permutations in group theory from the introductory book *A Course in Group Theory* by Humphreys.

Several things were confusing at first. 466 more words

The following link is a set of notes explaining the idea of a subgroup and an important family of subgroups that will enable you to have a better understanding of the structure of a group. 37 more words

Continuing my studies in group theory, I decided to divulge here one of my *favorite* simple groups, the dihedral group. This group intrigues me simply because… 510 more words

TL;DR Group theory is a really, really funny branch of math which has a group called the baby monster group that lives in an unrealistically large number of dimensions. 538 more words

Following the hilariously real concept of sexy primes which we talked about last time, I decided to expand our range of funny math jargon from number theory to… 484 more words

In this post I will try to explain briefly what a group is in mathematics. A **group** is a **set** of **elements**, together with a 482 more words