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By Derek J. S. Robinson

ISBN-10: 0387944613

ISBN-13: 9780387944616

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10. A group G has precisely two subgroups, namely 1 and G, it is cyclic of prime order. if and only if 1. Fundamental Concepts of Group Theory 14 Proof. 6. If G has only two subgroups and 1 =F x E G, then G =

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