Tour:Introduction six (beginners)

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In parts one, two and three, we introduced and analysed the notions of group, subgroup, Abelian group, coset, intersection of subgroups, join of subgroups. In part four, we looked at particular examples of groups, and applied the general notions to study these examples better. We now return to the goal of general understanding of group structure.

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