By Joseph A. Goguen (auth.), Hélène Kirchner, Wolfgang Wechler (eds.)

ISBN-10: 3540531629

ISBN-13: 9783540531623

This quantity contains papers awarded on the moment foreign convention on Algebraic and common sense Programming in Nancy, France, October 1-3, 1990.

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If σ and τ are products of k and m transpositions respectively, then τ−1 is also a product of m transpositions (by (a)) so τστ−1 is a product of k+2m transpositions. This has the same parity as k. 31 23. Let σk=1 for some k≠1. Then, as n≥3, choose an m6 {k, 1}. Now let γ=(k, m). This gives γσk=γ1=1, but σγk=σm≠1, since if σm=1=σk, then m=k as σ is one-to-one, contrary to assumption. 25. It suffices to show that any pair of transpositions is a product of 3-cycles. If k, l, m and n are distinct, this follows from 27.

Label the figure as shown. Clearly (1 3) and (2 4) are motions, as is their product. Hence the group of motions is {ε, (13), (24), (13)(24)}, isomorphic to the Klein group K4. 3. Label the figure as shown. Then (123) and (132) are motions (rotations of 120 and 240 about a line through vertex 4 and the center of the triangle base). Clearly every motion (indeed every symmetry) must fix vertex 4. Hence the group of motions is G = {ε, (123), (132)}. However (12), (13) and (23) are all symmetries (which are not motions), so the group of symmetries if S3.

55 33. If H1, , Hn are all of finite index in G, we show H1 ∩ ∩ Hk is of finite index for each k = 1, 2, . , n. This is clear if k = 1. If it holds for some k, then H1 ∩ ∩ Hk+1 = (H1 ∩ ∩ Hk ) ∩ Hk+1 is a finite index by part (a) of the preceding exercise. 35. a. a ≡ a for all a because a = 1a1. If a ≡ b, then a = hbk, h H, k K, so b = h−1ak−1, that is b ≡ a. If a ≡ b and b ≡ c, then a = hbk, b = h1ck1, so a = (hh1)c(kk1). Thus a ≡ c. 7 Groups of Motions and Symmetries 1. Label the figure as shown.

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