I am interested in studying Representation theory and learning more about its applications. I find that I learn best through going through examples and problems; however, I haven't been able to find a good source of questions and solutions for learning Representation theory. I have looked at notes from Stanford's, Harvard's, and MIT's courses on Representation theory, and courses from other universities. I have also looked through questions on this site about good texts for studying representation theory. But I haven't found any that have solution manuals. While I can find homework questions online, I can only occasionally find solutions, and the whole process doesn't feel very systematic. I would be grateful for any advice and suggestions on website to look at/books to buy.
To give some indication of the level I am looking for, my university covers the beginnings of representation theory in its undergraduate Abstract Algebra sequence (which uses Dummit and Foote), which I have taken. It also has a dedicated Representation theory class. However, this class is pretty high level, and not easily accessible to students who have only taken the Abstract Algebra sequence.
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