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\textbf{Some applications of algebra}
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John Smith
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University of Tartu
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Tartu, Estonia
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Algebra is very interesting (see \cite{W}). It has some useful applications (see, for example, \cite{L}). ...
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\bibitem{L} H. L\"anger, An interesting application of algebra to genetics, \textit{Elem. Math.}~60, 2005, 25–-32.
\bibitem{W} B.L. van der Waerden, \textit{Algebra. I}, Springer-Verlag, New York, 1991.
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