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relation ∼ on a group (G, ·) given by a a subgroup H ≤ G.

Here the definition in the notes was sufficient: left cosets are given by the

equivalence relation

a ∼ b iff b−1 a ∈ H ⇔ a ∈ bH

where the powers of a are in Z6 . Answer the following:

1. Show that H = {e, a2 , a4 } is a subgroup of G. [1pt]

do so by direct computation, noting that e−1 = e, (a2 )−1 = a4 and

(a4 )−1 = a2 .

of the relation x ∼ y iff xy −1 ∈ H? [1pt]

Since the order of the group |G| = 6 and the order of H is 3, then

the number of distinct right cosets = the index of H in G= 36 = 2.

3. Write all cosets of the equivalence relation given in the previous sub-

question. [1pt]

[e] = {x ∈ G | x ∈ H · e} = {x ∈ G | x ∈ H} = H

[a] = {x ∈ G | x ∈ H · a} = Ha = {a, a3 , a5 }.

Then [a2 ] = [a4 ] = H and [a3 ] = [a5 ] = Ha

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4. Compute C(a3 ). [1pt]

C(a3 ) = G.

finite set, then f is bijective.

Here there were several possibilities to prove this. The simplest one is to

show that the preimage of any element in S is a singleton set, due to the fact

that f is 1-1 and S is finite.

then compute the order of the element b 6= e, denoted by o(b).

2) Use the expression of b2 again in (∗).

b4 = a2 b(a−1 )2 .

a3 =e, b2 =aba−1

b8 = b4 · b4 = a2 b(a−1 )2 a2 b(a−1 )2 = b =⇒ b7 = e

so the order of b is 7.

brief statement.

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