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  • Auto-populated based on [[Special:WhatLinksHere/Group theory]]. Needs checking by a human. {{r|Character (group theory)}}
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  • {{r|Group theory}}
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  • In [[group theory]], a '''cyclic group''' is a [[group]] with a single generator. The elemen
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  • * [[Glossary of group theory]] * [[Elementary group theory]]
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  • In [[group theory]], the '''centre of a group''' is the subset of elements which [[commutativ ...tic]]. It may be described as the set of elements by which [[conjugation (group theory)|conjugation]] is trivial (the identity map); this shows the centre as the
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  • ...ll group elements which map the given subgroup to itself by [[Conjugation (group theory)|conjugation]].
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  • In [[mathematics]], in the field of [[group theory]], the '''Baer-Specker group''', or '''Specker group''' is an example of an * {{cite book | author=Phillip A. Griffith | title=Infinite Abelian group theory | series=Chicago Lectures in Mathematics | publisher=University of Chicago
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  • In [[group theory]], '''conjugacy''' is the relation between elements of a group that states ...d by [[Max Dehn]] in 1911 as one of three fundamental decision problems in group theory; the other two being the [[group isomorphism problem]] and the [[word probl
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  • {{r|Character (group theory)}} {{r|Group theory}}
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  • In the [[mathematics|mathematical]] field of [[group theory]], a group is '''residually ''X''''' (where ''X'' is some property of group
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  • In group theory, this describes the relation between elements of a group that states that o
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