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lorena82186
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 Posted - 10/17/2007 :  04:27:15 If G, G are two groups and G = G G = {(a,b) such that a G, b G}, where we define (a,b)(c,d) = (ac, bd), show that:(a) Show that N = {(a, e) such that a G}, where e is the unit element of G, is a normal subgroup of G..... I have already done this.(b) Show that N is isomorphic to G.(c) Show that G/N is isomorphic to G.I did (a) but help with (b) and (c) would be great
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