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E. g-1k e H and so kRg. Transitive. If gRk and kRl then k-1g e H and 1-1k c H. Hence (l-1k) (k-1g) = 1-1 g e H and so gRl. Note that in the above we have used precisely those properties of H that make it a subgroup-for the work we are doing at the present it is vital that H is a subgroup. 1) we have a decomposition of G into a set of equivalence classes, mutually exclusive, such that two elements g and k are in the same class if and only if k-1g c H. These classes are called the left cosets of G relative to H.

By use of Lagrange's theorem and its corollaries prove Fermat's theorem that if p is prime and x is prime to p then xp-1 - 1 (mod p). Prove further that if n is not prime, but x is prime to n, then x-fi(' ) = I (mod n), where ยข(n) is Euler's function (the number of numbers less than n prime to n). n 14. , A, in the following sense: (i) B is a subgroup of each Ai, proper or improper but not empty; (ii) any common subgroup of the Ai's is a subgroup of B. ] 15. In the group of integers let Hr denote the subgroup generated by r, where r is a positive integer.

The polynomials with real coefficients of degree < n are isomorphic to the group of n-dimensional vectors, both groups under addition, by an obvious isomorphism: n-1 i=0 aixi -* (ai). Example 3. The subgroup of complex numbers of the form a + i0 is isomorphic to the group of real numbers, both under addition, by the isomorphism a+i0-* a. This isomorphism is used to identify the complex numbers of this form with the reals, when we define complex numbers by means of number pairs. Example 4. The group of residues modulo 5 under multipli- cation (excluding 0) is isomorphic to the group of residues modulo 4 under addition by the isomorphism 1 -> 0, 2 -> 1, 3 -* 3 and 4 2.

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