By David S. Dummit, Richard M. Foote
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Therefore, the contribution of such H in the sum on the right-hand side of formula (2), is a multiple of p again, Thus, congruence (3) is proven. 1. G/j > p k . G=D/j Ä p k and jG=Dj D p n , is a multiple of p. 2o . 2. G/, the Schur multiplier of G, is cyclic. Proof. Let be a representation group of G. G/ such that =M Š G. Since G is nonabelian, we get M < 0 . 1. 25]. 3. 3 (Isaacs). G/ \ G 0 be of order p. If G=Z is metacyclic, then G is metacyclic. Proof. Let U=Z G G=Z be with cyclic U=Z and G=U .
S / D G and so jG W S j D 2, as required. e. S D Q L is the central product of Q and L. Then S has exactly four conjugacy classes of involutions contained in S U with the representatives t , t c, bv and bav and all these involutions act faithfully on U . bav/ D hbavi hc; yt i: Note that all 2n 2 conjugates of t in S lie in the dihedral subgroup L D hc; t i and also all 2n 2 conjugates of t c in S lie in L. Similarly, all 2m 2 conjugates of bv in S lie in the dihedral subgroup K D hbv; bavi Š D2m and also all 2m 2 conjugates of bav in S lie in K.
T / has the following structure. G/ and U 6Ä D1 . t / as much as possible so that the structure of a large subgroup S containing G1 remains “about” the same as the structure of G1 . L/, L D1 . 3, D1 Š D8 , t 2 D1 . Q/ D (iii) U D hz; ui 6Ä L. m 1 In the sequel, we fix the following notation. L/ D hzi. Then we have u D yv, where y is an element of order 4 in hai and v is an element of order 4 in hci. If a4 D 1, then we put y D a. Similarly, if c 4 D 1, then we put v D c. At first we shall determine the structure of S .
Abstract Algebra by David S. Dummit, Richard M. Foote