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comment Classify the nonabelian groups of order $16p$, where $p$ is a prime number
What is the context in which you find yourself needing this classification? This might be better suited for math.stackexchange, rather than math.overflow. In any case, this is a semidirect product of a group of order $16$ by a cyclic group of order $p$, and for $p\gt 7$, the cyclic group will be normal so you will necessarily have $Q\times C_p$, with $Q$ a (nonabelian) group of order $16$ (and these are known). For $p=2$, $3$, $5$, and $7$, you'll have to do a bit more work. But this still seems far from research level.
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