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could anyone suggest a good text for learning lie groups( and other continuous groups) and manifolds...something that has a lot of solved examples(since i'll be learning the subject on my own) ...something of the sort of the text on algebra by fraleigh(which has a lot of examples and is easy reading,yet not boring)....

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# Lie groups-textbook

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