 About 30 results  books.google.com A finite monogenous group is called cyclic. Every monogenous group is
commutative (no. 3, Corollary 2 to Proposition 2). Every quotient group of a
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 books.google.com École pratique des hautes études (France). Centre de mathématique sociale  1976  Snippet view On the other hand, the set {I,a,a2} (top left entry of the above table) is itself a
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generator of <S. G is defined as operating on Aq by the conditions <r(Yn) = Y„
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