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Topic: A name for a special group of permutations
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Robin Chapman

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Re: A name for a special group of permutations
Posted: Oct 16, 2012 8:36 AM
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On 16/10/2012 13:32, Victor Porton wrote:
> Let G be a group of permutations of some set D.
>
> I additionally require that for every x,y in D there exists r in D


r in G, I presume

> such that
> y=r(x).
>
> Are there any special name for such groups?
>


transitive




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