Prove that if A is a subset of B, then <A> is a subgroup of <B>. Give an example where A is a subest of B with A =/= B but <A> = <B>. Please help.
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Originally Posted by dori1123 Prove that if A is a subset of B, then <A> is a subgroup of <B>. Give an example where A is a subest of B with A =/= B but <A> = <B>. - the intersection of all subgroups of the group containing . - the intersection of all subgroups of the group containing . Now since it follows, . For the example, let then .
Originally Posted by ThePerfectHacker For the example, let then . Is the same as Z/2Z?
Originally Posted by dori1123 Is the same as Z/2Z? Yes
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