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25). 24 (Uncountably many normal subgroups). There exists a group generated by two elements that has uncountably many normal subgroups. Sketch of proof. , each element of this subgroup is fixed by conjugation with any other group element) isomorphic to the additive group Z Z. , given by taking subgroups generated by the subsystem of the unit vectors corresponding to different subsets of Z), and all these subgroups of C are normal in G because C is central in G. 2. Groups via generators and relations 27 To this end we consider the group G := s, t | R , where R := [s, tn st−n ], s n∈Z ∪ [s, tn st−n ], t n∈Z .

Vn ∈ V with the property that {vj , vj+1 } ∈ E holds for all j ∈ {0, . . , n − 1}; if n < ∞, then we say that this path connects the vertices v0 and vn . – The graph G is called connected if any two of its vertices can be connected by a path in G. – Let n ∈ N>2 . A cycle in G of length n is a sequence v0 , . . , vn−1 of different vertices v0 , . . , vn−1 ∈ V with {vn−1 , v0 } ∈ E and moreover {vj , vj+1 } ∈ E for all j ∈ {0, . . , n − 2}. 6. , in G1 there is no path connecting the vertex 4 to vertex 1).

This equality is proved by double counting: More precisely, we consider the set F := {(g, x) | g ∈ G, x ∈ X, g · x = x} ⊂ G × X. By definition of stabiliser groups and fixed sets, we obtain |X g |. |Gx | = |F | = x∈X g∈G We now transform the right hand side: Notice that |G/Gx | · |Gx | = |G| because every coset of Gx in G has the same size as Gx ; therefore, using 4. : The same punchcard seen from different sides/angles the first part, we obtain |Gx | = x∈X x∈X = x∈X |G| |G/Gx | |G| |G · x| = G·x∈G\X |G| |G · x| y∈G·x |G · x| · = G·x∈G\X |G| |G · x| = |G \ X| · |G|.

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