Let G be a group and let G=HxK. Give an example where J is a subgroup of G, but not of the form H_1xK_1 where H_1 is a subgroup of H and K_1 is a subgroup of K.
Let G be a group and let G=HxK. Give an example where J is a subgroup of G, but not of the form H_1xK_1 where H_1 is a subgroup of H and K_1 is a subgroup of K.