## New PDF release: Topology: An Introduction with Application to Topological

By George. McCarty

ISBN-10: 0486656330

ISBN-13: 9780486656335

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HH The Second Isomorphism Theorem Let H and K be subgroups of a group G, with K normal in G.

An are all elements of S, the product a\a2 . • a n is the same, regardless of how parentheses are sprinkled in to indicate the order in which pairs of objects are to be multiplied. ) D Prove parts ii and iv of Theorem 1 in detail. E Which of the following sets are subgroups of the indicated groups? If not, why not? i The set of nonnegative integers in the additive group of all integers (Z>+)> The set of even integers in ( Z , + ) , iii The set of odd integers in ( Z , + ) , iv The set of permutations which interchange just two elements (or none) in the group of permutations of {a,byc} (under composition), ii 52 II: Groups v The positive real axis {(*,0): x > 0} in the group of nonzero complex numbers under multiplication, F Show that the function /: R ^ C — {0}: f(x) = (cos x, sin x) is a morphism from the group of additive reals to the group of nonzero complex numbers.

Clearly eH = H is an identity, and the product is associative, since G is a group. But (gH)(g"1H) = gg^H = H, s 0 (gfr)"1 — g" 1 ^ i s m inverse for gH £ G/H, which is therefore a group. (gig2) = gig2# is the product (giH)(g2H) in G/H, so 9 preserves multiplication, By definition, q is onto, and Ker (q) = H, since g € H iflB gH — H (G/H is a partition of G). • One consequence of this theorem is that a subgroup H of G is normal in G iff it is the kernel of some morphism with domain G. • The group G/H is called the quotient (or factor) group of G modulo H, and q is the quotient (or "natural") morphism.

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