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    Group Theory - Symmetric Set of Permutations

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    Modern Algebra
    Group Theory (XI)
    Symmetric Set of Permutations

    In S3 give an example of two elements x,y such that (x.y)^2 is not equal to x^2.y^2.

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    Modern Algebra
    Group Theory (XI)

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    Symmetric sets of permutations are investigated. The solution is detailed and well presented.

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