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    Normalizer of a subgroup of a p - group

    Let  G be a group of order  p^n where  p is prime, and let  H be a proper subgroup of  G . Prove that  H = N(H) where  N(H) is the normalizer of  H .

    I have not yet studied theorems on p - groups. All I have done is theorems and concepts of subgroups, cosets and the Lagrange's Theorem. Can this question be solved using these concepts?
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    I don't think I believe that this is true. If G is abelian, then the normalizer of any subgroup is equal to G.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sashikanth View Post
    Let  G be a group of order  p^n where  p is prime, and let  H be a proper subgroup of  G . Prove that  H = N(H) where  N(H) is the normalizer of  H .

    I have not yet studied theorems on p - groups. All I have done is theorems and concepts of subgroups, cosets and the Lagrange's Theorem. Can this question be solved using these concepts?

    The claim is false: any finite p-group is nilpotent and thus fulfills the normalizer condition: H<N_G(H) for any proper subgroup H\,\,of\,\,G

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