theory of groups by A G. Kurosh

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Statementby A.G. Kurosh ; translated from the Russian and edited by K.A. Hirsch.
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Introduction --Normal subgroups and homomorphisms --Elementary theory of Abelian groups --Sylow theorems --Permutation groups --Automorphisms --Free groups --Lattices and composition series --A theorem of Frobenius ; solvable groups --Supersolvable and nilpotent groups --Basic commutators --The theory of p-groups ; regular p-groups --Further.

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Let Nbe an abelian minimal normal subgroup of G. Then Nhas a complement in Gif and only if N5(G) Solution Assume that N has a complement H in G.

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They also admit more structure where ordinary groups do not. We will see more about this later when we talk about structure-preserving maps between groups.

Definition Let be a group.

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