Conjugacy classes
G is a finite group with elements a and b. Let the conjugacy classes of these elements be A and B respectively and suppose A^2, B^2 < G. Prove that there is a nonidentity element x in G s.t. x commutes with both a and b.
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This is a proof regarding conjugacy classes and a nonidentity element.
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