Please help me with the following proof....my mind doesn't seem to be working right now.
Assume N is a normal subgroup of G.
a) Prove that if [G:N] is a prime, then G/N is cyclic. (could you provide an example as well)
b) Prove or disprove the converse of the statement in part (a).
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