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Aluffi’s Algebra:Chapter 0 group reading over the summer!

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Sign me up if you decide to go through with this! I've tried reading through the book a few years ago while I was in grad school, but as an applied mathematician... it never completely \*clicked\*. With some help from other fellow readers and perhaps a second time looking at the book, more stuff might click. :)
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I posted a post on this sub like a month ago and we already had some meeting but we're only at the start of the book if you want to join
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I'm down!
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im interested!
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Also interested!
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I am reading right now. I’m interested!
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Have this on my will read list for a while, would be interested.
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