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Lecture 24 : Tor, the left derived functor of the tensor product. Lecture 25 : Long exact sequence of left derived functors. We covered most of Section 7. The naturality of the connecting homomorphism in Theorem 34 was stated but the proof was left as an exercise, the same is true of Proposition 37 and Proposition 38 I stated but did not prove them.
Finally we discussed that the natural transformations induced on derived functors by Definition 9 are used to make Tor a bifunctor, for which see p. Lecture 26 : Right derived functors and Ext.
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What is Group Cohomology by Peter Webb. In principle one should be able to explain the content of the lecture notes. There won't be questions on the last lecture either. Please, be ready to write down formally the concepts and results you are explaining. Contents of the Lecture Semidirect products of groups Presentations of groups Homological algebra Homology and cohomology of groups Cohomology and group extensions The Schur multiplier and central extensions Projective representations Prerequisites : elementary group theory and linear algebra.
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