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Is it true that one can find some 10 groups (from different isomorphism classes) with order between (and including) 25 and 29 such that each pair of the same order are not isomorphic to each other? If so, how does one go about generating such a list and showing they are not isomorphic to one another?

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Herbert

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# Group Theory question

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