Notes on Representation Theory for Pm 346

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    Groups are difficult to understand, in general. A group could be almost anything, and if all you have to work with is the group operation, then there's not a lot you can say about the group without doing a lot of work first. In fact, in many groups, it's not even possible in practice to tell if two group elements are the same or not! So if you've got a… CONTINUE READING