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It is clear that H is a subgroup. 44 GROUPS [II, §4] and we may view H as the permutation group S„_i. ) We wish to describe all the cosets of H. For each integer i with 1 g i ^ n, let Tj be the permutation such that T,(n) = i, 1,(0 = n, and T; leaves all integers other than n and i fixed. ,T„H are distinct, and constitute all distinct cosets of H in S„. To see this, let aeS„, and suppose ain) = ;. Then Hence T^^CF Hes in /f, and therefore a lies in T,H. ,T„/f yield all the cosets. We must still show that these cosets are distinct.

24 [11, §1] GROUPS 3. ,x„ be elements of a group G. Show (by induction) that (Xi • • •X„) — -Xn • • • ^1 What does this look like in additive notation? For two elements x, yeG, we have (xy)"' = _v"'x"'. Write this also in additive notation. 4. (a) Let G be a group and x e G. Suppose that there is an integer n ^ 1 such that x" = e. Show that there is an integer m ^ 1 such that x ~ ' = x". (b) Let G be a finite group. Show that given xe G, there exists an integer n ^ 1 such that x" = e. 5. Let G be a finite group and S a set of generators.

13. Let G be a group and H a subgroup. Let xeG. Let xHx~^ be the subset of G consisting of all elements xyx with yeH. Show that xHx ' is a subgroup of G. 26 GROUPS [II, §2] 14. Let G be a group and let S be a set of generators of G. Assume that xy = yx for all x,yeS. Prove that G is abelian. Thus to test whether a group is abelian or not, it suffices to verify the commutative rule on a set of generators. Exercises on cyclic groups 15. A root of unity in the complex numbers is a number [, such that C" = 1 for some positive integer n.

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