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Tag Archives: G. A. Miller
A small problem
In connection with the research discussion about graphs and groups, I began to wonder which finite groups have the property that any two elements of the same order are conjugate. I thought about this, and got a certain distance, and … Continue reading
On the Frattini subgroup
I wrote earlier about the Frattini subgroup of a group. It can be defined in either of two ways (as the set of nongenerators of a group, the elements which can be dropped from any generating set containing them; or … Continue reading
Posted in doing mathematics, exposition
Tagged Frattini subgroup, G. A. Miller, writing mathematics
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