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Topic: Prove or Disprove: Commutator Subgroups
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Pedhuts

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From: Bakersfield
Registered: 11/15/10
Prove or Disprove: Commutator Subgroups
Posted: Nov 29, 2010 5:55 PM
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Prove or disprove that:
If a*b*(a^-1)*(b^-1)=n
For all a,b in group (G,*)
Then the collection of all n, eliminating repetitions, forms a subgroup (C,*)in G.



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