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### Chapter 0: Preliminaries

- §0.1: Basics

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### Chapter 1: Introduction to Groups

- §1.1: Basic Axioms and Examples

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### Chapter 2: Subgroups

- §2.1: Definition and Examples

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### Chapter 3: Quotient Groups and Homomorphisms

- §3.1: Definitions and Examples

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### Chapter 4: Group Actions

- §4.1: Group Actions and Permutation Representations

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### Chapter 5: Direct and Semidirect Products and Abelian Groups

- §5.1: Direct Products

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### Chapter 6: Further Topics in Group Theory

- §6.1: p-Groups, Nilpotent Groups, and Solvable Groups

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### Chapter 7: Introduction to Rings

- §7.1: Basic Definitions and Examples

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### Chapter 8: Euclidean Domains, Principal Ideal Domains, and Unique Factorization Domains

- §8.1: Euclidean Domains

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### Chapter 9: Polynomial Rings

- §9.1: Definitions and Basic Properties

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### Chapter 10: Introduction to Module Theory

- §10.1: Basic Definitions and Examples

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### Chapter 11: Vector Spaces

- §11.1: Definitions and Basic Theory

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### Chapter 12: Modules over Principal Ideal Domains

- §12.1: The Basic Theory

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### Chapter 13: Field Theory

- §13.1: Basic Theory of Field Extensions

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### Chapter 14: Galois Theory

- §14.1: Basic Definitions

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### Chapter 15: Commutative Rings and Algebraic Geometry

- §15.1: Noetherian Rings and Affine Algebraic Sets

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### Chapter 16: Artinian Rings, Discrete Valuation Rings, and Dedekind Domains

- §16.1: Artinian Rings

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### Chapter 17: Introduction to Homological Algebra and Group Cohomology

- §17.1: Introduction to Homological Algebra – Ext and Tor

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### Chapter 18: Representation Theory and Character Theory

- §18.1: Linear Actions and Modules over Group Rings

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### Chapter 19: Examples and Applications of Character Theory

- §19.1: Characters of Groups of Small Order

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## Rafid Abid Khan

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## Muhammad Rashid

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