Consider and Let and define Prove that is a subgroup of and that it has order is the class of ******
Last edited by hizocar; April 3rd 2011 at 05:48 PM.
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Originally Posted by hizocar consider the following groups: And the group: proved that Gn is subgroup of Q / Z, and the order of Gn is n. This doesn't make much sense, can you rephrase this? Define again...wite it out better.
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Originally Posted by hizocar Consider and Let and define Prove that is a subgroup of and that it has order is the class of ****** Can you `get' the subgroup bit? For the order bit, I'll give you a hint... HINT:
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