Re: Finding the # of elements of a group that are not in any conjugate to its subgrou
Thanks a lot for your help, but there is something I'm having trouble with. I'm not used to the H^x notation you were using so I changed one line so it makes more sense to me, but what I don't understand is the implication that I denoted with a red *.
Re: Finding the # of elements of a group that are not in any conjugate to its subgrou
Given a function f from X to Y, if f is 1:1, then for any subsets A, B of X. So in this situation, let f be the function from G to G where . So switching to exponential notation (you can change if you like): implies