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answered Suppose G is a group, p is prime , Then the number of elements of G of order p is multiple of (p-1)
Nov
24
answered How is number of conjugacy class related to the order of a group?
Nov
14
answered How many $A_5$ are there inside $A_6$?
Oct
27
answered Why lower central series imply $N$ series?
Jul
30
answered Groups of order $n^2$ that have no subgroup of order $n$
Jul
29
answered Characterization of nilpotent groups
Jul
13
answered Are elements commutative when subgroups are?
Jul
10
answered Simple groups with cyclic odd Sylow subgroups
Jun
30
answered Classify Lie algebra with 1 dimension derived algebra
Jun
30
answered Is it true if $[LL] = L$ then $L$ is a semisimple Lie algebra?
Jun
16
answered Show that a group of order $p^2q^2$ is solvable
Jun
16
answered Largest symmetric group contained in alternating group
Jun
14
answered The subgroup $O_{\pi}(G)$ in a finite group
Jun
13
answered Principal series of a finite super soluble group
Jun
8
answered Permutable subgroups are subnormal
Jun
1
answered Finite groups of which the centralizer of each element is normal.
May
26
answered Formula linking size of centralizer and number of conjugacy classes for a finite group $G$
May
24
answered a group with specific orders of elements
May
21
answered Is there any clasification of such groups?
May
18
answered Is it possible that $N_G(H)=H$ and $N_G(K)=K$ where $K\subsetneq H$?