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This post is about how to prove that , where and are finite subgroups of a group . 81 more words

Finally, the LaTeX path not specified problem has been solved by WordPress!

This post is about how to prove that , where and are finite subgroups of a group . 81 more words

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Laci Babai’s first talk a week ago Tuesday is now a webcast here… 1,235 more words

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Today we will revise some basic Group Theory. Let be a group and . 77 more words

The object of life’s cooperative game,

began Professor Weasel

in his low-voiced stealthy ways,

is to continue deferring to Others

with mutually subsidiary

positive intention… 96 more words

We’ve briefly covered fundamental groups before, and also I’ve talked about what geometric group theory is (using spaces to explore groups and vice versa). One way to connect a group to a space is to look at a covering space associated to that group. 1,104 more words