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comment Homomorphism in algebraic systems
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comment Homomorphism in algebraic systems
ok sir :) Thank you.
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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 + ?
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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!
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comment Homomorphism in algebraic systems
Ok sir. I get it. Thank you so much for your help.
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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?
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comment Homomorphism in algebraic systems
How to find the right values for a,b and c? Is that by trial and error method?
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comment Homomorphism in algebraic systems
@MartinSleziak Ok sir. Thank you.
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comment Homomorphism in algebraic systems
I have edited my question. Kindly check it out.
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comment Homomorphism in algebraic systems
Thanks. But how to find the right combination? Is that by trial and error method?
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comment Homomorphism in algebraic systems
Do you mean we have to check for all three values (1,2,3) for a,b and c?
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comment Homomorphism in algebraic systems
@MattPressland I have edited the question. Please check it out.
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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?
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comment Inductive definition of a set
@DanielPietrobon But, they didn't mention that y is also 3, Sir.