I working on a problem I can do since I have done many of this forum. However, I don't understand the group mapping: G is a group and we are mapping G to G by . How does this mapping work?
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Originally Posted by dwsmith How does this mapping work? I don't understand the exact meaning of your question. The mapping , is well defined (for every there exists its inverse and it is unique). Besides, for all .
Originally Posted by FernandoRevilla The mapping , Your reply helped. This is what I needed to see.