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Group Theory proof

Modern Algebra
Group Theory (CXII)
Groups of Order Power of a Prime
Another Counting Principle

If O(G) = p^n , p a prime number , and H ≠ G is a subgroup of G, show that there exists an x Є G, x does not belong to H such that x^(-1)Hx = H.

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This shows how to work with a proof regarding groups of a given order.

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