By Paul Alexandroff, Mathematics, Hazel Perfect, G.M. Petersen
Beginning with introductory examples of the gang proposal, the textual content advances to concerns of teams of diversifications, isomorphism, cyclic subgroups, easy teams of activities, invariant subgroups, and partitioning of teams. An appendix presents ordinary techniques from set idea. A wealth of easy examples, basically geometrical, illustrate the first suggestions. routines on the finish of every bankruptcy supply extra reinforcement.
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ELEMENTARY CONCEPTS FROM THE THEORY OF SETS � 1. THE CONCEPT OF A SET � 2. SUBSETS � 3. SET OPERATIONS 1. The union of sets 2. The intersection of sets � 4. MAPPINGS OR FUNCTIONS � 5. PARTITION OF A SET INTO SUBSETS 1. Sets of sets (systems of sets) 2. Partitions 3. Equivalence relations BOOKS TO CONSULT INDEX Chapter I THE GROUP CONCEPT � 1. Introductory examples 1. Operations with whole numbers The addition of whole numbers * satisfies the following conditions, which we call axioms of addition and which are of very great importance for all that follows: I.
The group of whole numbers is contained in this group as a subgroup. Finally, on this question of terminology, we remark that for the permutation groups there is no serious ground for preferring the additive to the multiplicative terminology or the other way round. In the multiplicative terminology, however, one of the theorems of the previous chapter may be stated in a symmetrical form, namely: The sign of the product of two permutations is equal to the product of their signs. Nowadays it is becoming more and more usual to change to the additive terminology when dealing with commutative groups; but we became acquainted with an exception to this rule when we spoke of the group of rational numbers different from zero.
Ai ≠ ak, we also have Pi ≠ Pk; for underneath the element a1 in the permutation Pi there stands the element a1 + ai = ai while in the permutation Pk there stands a1 + ak = ak. We have therefore set up a one-to-one correspondence between the elements a1, a2, …, an of the group G and the permutations P1, P2, …, Pn. We must now prove, firstly that the permutations P1, P2, …, Pn, with respect to the operation of addition of permutations, form a group, and secondly that this group is isomorphic to the group G.