What are examples of Quasi Groups and how are they different from aggregates?

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A quasi group can be defined as aggregate or combination which lacks structure or organisation and whose member may be unware or less aware.
For example. Social classes, age group
An aggregate is a collection of people who happen to be at the same place at the same time but who have no other connection to one another. Example: The people gathered in a restaurant on a particular evening are an example of an aggregate, not a group

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