[r-t] Elementary group-theory

Philip Earis Earisp at rsc.org
Fri Apr 22 12:17:23 UTC 2005

I see that Martin Bright has put a good presentation about ringing aimed
at keen secondary-school students on his website. The presentation
assumes no initial knowledge about ringing, but finishes talking about
subgroups and cosets.  It can be found at:



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