This is what I have so far:

Let G be a group, g is an element of G. The order of g is the smallest positive integer n such that g^n=1. We know that n exists because G is finite. Furthermore, we are told the order is 3, so n=3. I have written g^n=1, and in this case, g^3=1, which implies that g=<1>. So, <1>={1,2,0}.