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    Factor groups

    If G is a cyclic group and N is a subgroup of G, show that G/N is a cyclic group
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    Quote Originally Posted by Godisgood View Post
    If G is a cyclic group and N is a subgroup of G, show that G/N is a cyclic group

    If G = <g> , it is almost trivial to show that G/N = <gN> .

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