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 Sep24 awarded Autobiographer Jun3 awarded Notable Question Jun19 awarded Popular Question Aug23 comment Homomorphism in algebraic systems Aug23 comment Homomorphism in algebraic systems ok sir :) Thank you. Aug23 comment Homomorphism in algebraic systems Sir, I have another doubt. These two tables are of same size. But what if both are of different size. For eg. $+_4$ ([0],[1],[2],[3]) and B={0,1} with operation + ? Aug23 comment Homomorphism in algebraic systems So, where they asking the correct combination for which the problem will be isomorphic? I think I got confused a bit! Aug23 accepted Homomorphism in algebraic systems Aug23 comment Homomorphism in algebraic systems Ok sir. I get it. Thank you so much for your help. Aug23 comment Homomorphism in algebraic systems Then, how did they find out the three values g(a)=3, g(b)=1 and g(c)=2 in first go itself? Aug23 comment Homomorphism in algebraic systems How to find the right values for a,b and c? Is that by trial and error method? Aug23 comment Homomorphism in algebraic systems @MartinSleziak Ok sir. Thank you. Aug23 comment Homomorphism in algebraic systems I have edited my question. Kindly check it out. Aug23 comment Homomorphism in algebraic systems Thanks. But how to find the right combination? Is that by trial and error method? Aug23 comment Homomorphism in algebraic systems Do you mean we have to check for all three values (1,2,3) for a,b and c? Aug23 comment Homomorphism in algebraic systems @MattPressland I have edited the question. Please check it out. Aug23 revised Homomorphism in algebraic systems added information Aug23 asked Homomorphism in algebraic systems Aug23 comment Inductive definition of a set @DanielPietrobon So, initially as they have mentioned 3 belongs to P, we take both x and y as 3. Am I right, Sir? Aug23 comment Inductive definition of a set @DanielPietrobon But, they didn't mention that y is also 3, Sir.