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{{quotation|'''NEED HELP WITH UNDERGRADUATE LEVEL GROUP THEORY?''' If you want something specific, try the search bar! You could also Else, try the following:<br>[[:Category:Basic definitions in group theory|Basic definitions in group theory]] page, [[:Category:Basic facts in group theory|basic facts in group theory]], and [[:Category:Elementary non-basic facts in group theory|elementary non-basic facts in group theory]] pages. There's ''much much more'' in the wiki!<br>Pages on [[symmetric group:S3]] (see also [[subgroup structure of symmetric group:S3|subgroups]], [[element structure of symmetric group:S3|elements]], and [[linear representation theory of symmetric group:S3|representations]]), [[symmetric group:S4]] (see also [[subgroup structure of symmetric group:S4|subgroups]], [[element structure of symmetric group:S4|elements]], and [[linear representation theory of symmetric group:S4|representations]]), [[dihedral group:D8]] (see also [[subgroup structure of dihedral group:D8|subgroups]], [[element structure of dihedral group:D8|elements]], [[linear representation theory of dihedral group:D8|representations]], and [[endomorphism structure of dihedral group:D8|endomorphisms/automorphisms]]), [[symmetric group:S5]] (see also [[subgroup structure of symmetric group:S5|subgroups]], [[dihedral element structure of symmetric group:S5|elements]], and [[linear representation theory of symmetric group:D8S5|representations]]), [[quaternion group]] (see also [[subgroup structure of quaternion group|subgroups]], [[element structure of quaternion group|elements]], and [[linear representation theory of quaternion group|representations]]), [[alternating group:A4]], [[alternating group:A5]], and many more [[Category:Particular groups|particular groups]].<br>''Incomplete'' (not fully finished) [[Tour:Getting started (beginners)|guided tour for beginners]] ; the part prepared so far goes over the basic definitions of groups, subgroups, cosets, basic results such as Lagrange's theorem, and a little more, along with stimulating exercises. A more complete version of the guided tour will contain all the material covered in a standard undergraduate group theory course.}}
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