Let f: G -> K be an epimorphism of groups. If N is a normal
subgroup of G, show that f(N) := {f(n) | n e N} is a normal subgroup of K.

please note in this proof "e" is the id for G
and "i" is the id for K
My proof:
Let g, h be an elements of G
Suppose N is a normal subgroup of G,

then f(e)=i is element of f(N)
f(g^(-1))= f(g)^(-1) is element of f(N)
f(g)f(h) = f(gh)=f(N)
therefore N is subgroup of K

Now to proof that it is a normal subgroup of K

f(ghg(-1))=f(g)f(h)f(g)^(-1)

Now im stuck...
Can some one please show me how to proof this , and if my proof that i gave so far
is incorrect plz show me how in the simplest way ...

2. Originally Posted by Dreamer78692
Let f: G -> K be an epimorphism of groups. If N is a normal
subgroup of G, show that f(N) := {f(n) | n e N} is a normal subgroup of K.

please note in this proof "e" is the id for G
and "i" is the id for K
My proof:
Let g, h be an elements of G
Suppose N is a normal subgroup of G,

then f(e)=i is element of f(N)
f(g^(-1))= f(g)^(-1) is element of f(N)
f(g)f(h) = f(gh)=f(N)
therefore N is subgroup of K

Now to proof that it is a normal subgroup of K

f(ghg(-1))=f(g)f(h)f(g)^(-1)

Now im stuck...
Can some one please show me how to proof this , and if my proof that i gave so far
is incorrect plz show me how in the simplest way ...

$\forall k_1\in K\,\exists g_1\in G\,\,s.t.\,\,f(g_1)=k_1$ , so that if $k\in f(N)$ then also $k=f(g)$ for some $g/in G$, and now:
For any elements $k_1\in K\,,\,k\in f(N)$ , $k_1^{-1}kk_1=f(g_1)^{-1}f(g)f(g_1)=f(g_1^{-1}gg_1)$ , and since $g_1^{-1}gg_1\in N$ then $k_1^{-1}kk_1\in f(N)$ and we're done.