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- ...is an [[equivalence relation]], and the [[equivalence class]]es are the '''conjugacy classes''' of the group. ...is to say that conjugation is [[group action]] of ''G'' on itself, and the conjugacy classes are the [[orbit]]s of this action.802 bytes (124 words) - 01:13, 18 February 2009
- #REDIRECT [[Conjugacy]]23 bytes (2 words) - 08:03, 15 November 2008
- | pagename = Conjugacy | abc = Conjugacy2 KB (224 words) - 01:11, 18 February 2009
- 168 bytes (26 words) - 01:13, 18 February 2009
- 864 bytes (138 words) - 07:50, 30 July 2009

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- ...is an [[equivalence relation]], and the [[equivalence class]]es are the '''conjugacy classes''' of the group. ...is to say that conjugation is [[group action]] of ''G'' on itself, and the conjugacy classes are the [[orbit]]s of this action.802 bytes (124 words) - 01:13, 18 February 2009
- #REDIRECT [[Conjugacy]]23 bytes (2 words) - 08:03, 15 November 2008
- The elements of any group that may be partitioned into conjugacy classes.110 bytes (15 words) - 06:26, 4 September 2009
- | pagename = Conjugacy | abc = Conjugacy2 KB (224 words) - 01:11, 18 February 2009
- ...is an [[equivalence relation]], whose [[equivalence class]]es are the ''[[conjugacy class]]es''.2 KB (294 words) - 04:53, 19 November 2008
- {{r|Conjugacy}}440 bytes (56 words) - 17:00, 11 January 2010
- {{r|Conjugacy}}508 bytes (64 words) - 17:00, 11 January 2010
- {{r|Conjugacy}}1 KB (180 words) - 17:00, 11 January 2010
- ==Conjugacy== ...conjugate if and only if they have the same cycle shape. The number of [[conjugacy class]]es of ''S''<sub>''n''</sub> is thus equal to <math>p(n)</math>, the8 KB (1,392 words) - 20:52, 25 June 2009
- ...the other two being the [[Word problem for groups|word problem]] and the [[conjugacy problem]].1 KB (164 words) - 17:17, 28 October 2008
- * If ''G'' acts on itself by conjugation, then the orbits are the [[conjugacy class]]es and the fixed points are the elements of the [[centre of a group|4 KB (727 words) - 12:37, 16 November 2008