I'm trying to show that a simple group $G$ is isomorphic to $A_5$.
now I proved that if $G$ has an index 5 subgroup $H$ that is, $|H|=12$, then $G\cong A_5$ using the group action. so I need to know that if $G$ actually has an index 5 group or not.
to show that, I'm actually following this article and it says that if $Q$ is a Sylow 3-subgroup of $G$, then $|N_G(Q)|=15$ for $n_3=4$, the number of Sylow 3-subgroup. and I don't understand why.
since $N_G(Q)$ is a subgroup of $G$, its order should divide $60$ and since any subgroup of $G$ can't have index less than $5$, it means any subgroup of $G$ should have order less than or equal to $12$. and since $|Q|=3$, $3$ divides $|N_G(Q)|$. so we have $|N_G(Q)|=3, 6,12$. I don't know where the number $15$ came out, and why all these $3,6,12$ are removed.
and my second question is that if $A,B$ are two different Sylow $p$-subgroup of any group $D$, then is it true that their normalizer $N_D(A), N_D(B)$ doesn't intersect nontrivially? I felt the author of the article is assuming this.