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Let $G$ a group of order $p^nm$, with $p$ a prime number, $p>m$ and $m, \ n \in \mathbb{N}$. Show that $G$ is a group is not simple.

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I can has grammar? –  Cameron Buie Oct 15 '12 at 23:17

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Hints:

1) Sylow theorems

2) How many Sylow $\,p-\,$subgroups can there be?

3) A Sylow $\,p-\,$subgroup is normal iff...?

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