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The '''conjugacy class size set''' of a finite group <math>G</math> is the subset of <math>\mathbb{N}</math> comprising precisely those <math>c</math> such that there is a conjugacy class in <math>G</math> whose size is precisely <math>c</math>. | The '''conjugacy class size set''' of a finite group <math>G</math> is the subset of <math>\mathbb{N}</math> comprising precisely those <math>c</math> such that there is a conjugacy class in <math>G</math> whose size is precisely <math>c</math>. | ||

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==Related group properties== | ==Related group properties== | ||

* [[Conjugacy class size set-determined group]] | * [[Conjugacy class size set-determined group]] |

## Revision as of 12:27, 30 May 2007

*This article talks about a statistics, which could be a function or a set of numbers, associated with any finite group*

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## Definition

### Definition with symbols

The **conjugacy class size set** of a finite group is the subset of comprising precisely those such that there is a conjugacy class in whose size is precisely .