Group Theory I Essentials
OECD Publishing, 1989 - 112 pages
Topics include sets and mapping, groupoids and semi- groups, groups, isomorphisms and homomorphisms, cyclic groups, the Sylow theorems, and finite p-groups.
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Page 433 - The cartesian product of the sets A and B is the set of all ordered pairs (a, b) where ae A and be B.
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Page 492 - SUBGROUPS A subgroup, H, of a group, G, is said to be a normal (or invariant) subgroup of G if and only if for every element ae G.
Page 418 - It condenses the vast amount of detail characteristic of the subject matter and summarizes the essentials of the field. It will thus save hours of study and preparation time. The book provides quick access to the important facts, principles, theorems, concepts, and equations in the field.
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