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By Leonid Kurdachenko, Javier Otal, Igor Ya Subbotin

ISBN-10: 376437764X

ISBN-13: 9783764377649

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R2 a(r2 ))r ). Thus s(S) ≤ f4 (r). 12 ([55]). Let G be a group and suppose that G has an ascending series H = H0 H1 ···Hα H α+1 · · · H γ= G such that r factors of this series are infinite cyclic and the other factors are locally finite. Then G has normal subgroups T ≤ L ≤ K ≤ S ≤ G such that T is locally finite, L/T is nilpotent and torsion-free, K/L is abelian torsion-free and finitely generated, G/K is finite and S/K is soluble. Moreover, there are functions f2 , f3 : N −→ N such that |G/K| ≤ f2 (r) and s(S/T ) ≤ f3 (r).

Kurdachenko and J. A. Ya. Subbotin [169]). The nature of F C-groups allows one to construct distinct types of such groups using finite and abelian groups. Note that a direct product of F C-groups is also an F C-group. In particular, any direct product of finite groups and abelian groups is an F C-group. Moreover, let G = Crλ∈Λ Gλ be the Cartesian product. Put Cdrλ∈Λ Gλ = {(gλ )λ∈Λ | gλ ∈ ζ(Gλ ) for all λ ∈ Λ\Λg where Λg is finite}. The group Cdrλ∈Λ Gλ is called the central direct product of the groups Gλ , λ ∈ Λ.

Proof. By hypothesis, there is an R-submodule C such that A = B ⊕ C. Let π : A −→ C be the canonical projection. If x, y ∈ G satisfy Hx = Hy, then there is some h ∈ H such that y = hx. If a ∈ A, then we express a = b + c, where b ∈ B and c ∈ C. Then we have a(h−1 πh) = (ah−1 )πh = (bh−1 + ch−1 )πh = (ch−1 )h = c = aπ and, hence, a(y −1 πy) = a((x−1 h−1 )πhx) = ((ax−1 )(h−1 πh))x = ((ax−1 )π)x = a(x−1 πx). Given f = Hg ∈ F = G/H, we define an R-endomorphism ϑ(f ) : A −→ A by aϑ(f ) = a(g −1 πg), if a ∈ A.

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