# Cyclic group

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Let X be a prime. Prove or disprove that is cyclic for each normal subgroup K.

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This is a proof regarding a cyclic group.

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Proof:

First, we should know the definition of Dp.

Dp=<a,b> is generated by two elements a and b, where

a^2=b^p=1, ab=b^(-1)a.

So K=<b> is a normal subgroup of Dp. Because aba^(-1)=b^(-1) is in K.

Now I claim that K is the unique normal subgroup of Dp if p>=3 is a prime.

We know, |Dp|=2p, |K|=p, so [Dp:K]=2 and Dp = K union aK. So each ...

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