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    the part with the cosets?? How do i go abouts finding these cosets, it'd be very much appreciated if someone could show me an example of how to find one of the cosets...cheers thanks for any help !

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    (Original post by maths10101)
    Okay, so i've managed to answer part a of the question however part b is confusing me...Name:  image1 (1).JPG
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    the part with the cosets?? How do i go abouts finding these cosets, it'd be very much appreciated if someone could show me an example of how to find one of the cosets...cheers thanks for any help !

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    For each g \in G, your group, you need to find \{ gh : h \in H \} i.e. you form a set where you have composed g with every element in H so each coset will have the same number of elements as H.

    Not all of the cosets will be distinct. I think that the most efficient method to find the distinct cosets is to start with a g \in G where g \notin H, then repeat that process until the cosets start to repeat.
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    Ahh cool, I'll give that a go now mate


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