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**Stormey** I know that if I can show an isomorphism between two groups then that does it, but correct me if I'm wrong here (because really - that's only based on intuition, since we just started today to learn about isomorphism), most of the cases - it won't be easy finding a bijection between two groups.

So it'll be nice to have some more prespective and maybe some general guidelines that will make it easier to prove it.

Is there a general way to show that two groups are isomorphic to one another?