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Lecture 7: Wednesday, September 4, 2013

Let denote either , , or . The collection of rational functions which have are called Möbius Transformations. That is, they are in the form where . We denote this collection by . We found in the previous lecture that … Continue reading

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Lecture 6: Friday, August 30, 2013

Groups were first studied as objects acting on sets. For example, we can consider the group of rotations of a regular polygon. Eventually, we wish to consider a specific type of group acting on the collection of rational functions over … Continue reading

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