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1. G is a group, and |G : H|=n prove that
2. (Original post by explosions hurt)
The ****?
my thoughts exactly.

someone who has done groups at a level could do this. just wiki right cosets then read around.
3. (Original post by explosions hurt)
The ****?
I meant like a more specialised one (not on tsr)... Oh well.
4. well....i can see my a level maths is useless here

*leaves*
5. (Original post by grape:))
I meant like a more specialised one (not on tsr)... Oh well.
I think they are going to try and solve Tom's question right after the riemann hypothesis.
6. (Original post by grape:))
I meant like a more specialised one (not on tsr)... Oh well.
as I said. the only issue people will have in understanding this question is the notation. which is pretty standard.
7. Just pass to the quotient group G/H and it's immediate.
8. (Original post by DFranklin)
Just pass to the quotient group G/H and it's immediate.
It wasn't x+1=2 therefore x=1 immediate for me :'(

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