Order of extension group is product of order of normal subgroup and quotient group

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This article gives an expression for the value of the arithmetic function order of a group of a group obtained by applying a group operation
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group extension in terms of the values for the input groups. It says that the value for the group obtained after performing the operation is the product of the values for the input groups.
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Supose G is a group, N is a normal subgroup, and G/N is the corresponding quotient group. Then, we have the following relation between the orders of G,N,G/N:

|G| = |N||G/N|

In other words, the order of the extension group for a group extension is the product of the orders of the normal subgroup and the quotient group.

Related facts

Facts used

  1. Lagrange's theorem


The proof follows directly from Fact (1).