Another Group theory question - sorry! Any help greatly appreciated...
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try doing it by force. it has only 8 elements as they say..
What method do I use for this?
you already have and initial elements..
now, how will you get other elements? try solving for , , , ..
if you obtain other elements other than the identity, and , try multiplying it with either or to obtain another elements..
Thanks, so would i try the following to confirm:
and the answers that dont give A or B or e are the non identity elements (in product form)
What about (iii)? Any help greatfully received
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