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Berkeley - HISTORY 113
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    Sample-ex-2-sols

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    MATH H113 SAMPLE EXAM 2 All questions carry equal weight. State answers clearly and carefully, and justify all assertions with proofs or counterexamples. You may not use any books or notes. (1) Suppose G is a group, and N a normal subgroup, not equal

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    Sample-ex-2

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    MATH H113 SAMPLE EXAM 2 All questions carry equal weight. State answers clearly and carefully, and justify all assertions with proofs or counterexamples. You may not use any books or notes. (1) Suppose G is a group, and N a normal subgroup, not equal

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    Sample-ex-1-sols

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    MATH H113 SAMPLE EXAM 1 SOLUTIONS All questions carry equal weight. State answers clearly and carefully, and justify all assertions with proofs or counterexamples. You may not use any books or notes. (1) Describe 8 non-isomorphic groups of order 36.

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    Math H113 Sample Exam 1 February 10, 2006 All questions carry equal weight. State answers clearly and carefully, and justify all assertions with proofs or counterexamples. You may not use any books or notes. (1) Describe 8 non-isomorphic groups of

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    MATH H113 PROBLEM SET 6 DUE 3/17 For this problem set, all rings R are assumed to be integral domains. (1) R is said to be a Euclidean domain if there exists a function N : R Z 0 such that: (i) N (r) = 0 if and only if r = 0; (ii) For any a, b R wi

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