Classification of Sets that Force a Group
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In standard group theory, a group is formed from a set and a binary operation, then properties of the group that results are studied. However, there are some underlying structures in the sets that form groups. By considering the sets and determining what can be made from them it is possible to get information about the group that can be formed with the set.
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