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B. H. Neumann's lemmaLeft coset of a subgroup (?)
Subgroup of finite index (?)
Right coset of a subgroup (?)
Bound on double coset index in terms of orders of group and subgroupDouble coset of a pair of subgroups (?)
Double coset index of a subgroup (?)
Subgroup of finite index (?)
Malnormal subgroup (?)
Normal subgroup (?)
Frobenius subgroup (?)
Closed subgroup of finite index implies openClosed subgroup of finite index (1)
Closed subgroup of semitopological group (1)
Subgroup of finite index (2)
Open subgroup (1)
Compact implies every open subgroup has finite indexLeft cosets partition a groupCompact semitopological group (1)
Open subgroup (1)
Subgroup of finite index (2)
Compact group (1)
Connected implies no proper closed subgroup of finite indexClosed subgroup of finite index implies openConnected topological group (1)
Closed subgroup of semitopological group (2)
Subgroup of finite index (2)
Finite index implies completely divisibility-closedPoincare's theorem
Subgroup of finite group implies completely divisibility-closed
Divisibility-closedness satisfies inverse image condition
Subgroup of finite index (2)
Completely divisibility-closed subgroup (2)
Finite index implies powering-invariantPoincare's theorem
Normal of finite index implies quotient-powering-invariant
Finite implies powering-invariant
Powering-invariant over quotient-powering-invariant implies powering-invariant
Subgroup of finite index (2)
Powering-invariant subgroup (2)
Finite index in finite double coset index implies finite double coset indexComposition operator (?)
Subgroup of finite index (?)
Subgroup of finite double coset index (?)
Double coset index of a subgroup (?)
Finite index not implies local powering-invariantSubgroup of finite index (2)
Local powering-invariant subgroup (2)
Finitely generated implies every subgroup of finite index has finitely many automorphic subgroupsFinitely generated implies finitely many homomorphisms to any finite group
Finitely many homomorphisms to any finite group implies every subgroup of finite index has finitely many automorphic subgroups
Finitely generated group (?)
Subgroup of finite index (?)
Subgroup having finitely many automorphic subgroups (?)
Subgroup of finite index in finitely generated group (2)
Subgroup having finitely many automorphic subgroups of finitely generated group (3)
Finitely generated group (2)
Group in which every subgroup of finite index has finitely many automorphic subgroups (2)
Index is multiplicativeSubgroup containment implies coset containmentSubgroup of finite index (1)
Transitive subgroup property (2)
Index of a subgroup (1)
Poincare's theoremGroup acts on left coset space of subgroup by left multiplication
First isomorphism theorem
Lagrange's theorem
Index is multiplicative
Subgroup of finite index (1)
Normal core-closed subgroup property (2)
Schreier's lemmaLeft transversal of a subgroup (?)
Generating set of a group (?)
Subgroup of finite index (2)
Finitely generated group (2)
Subgroup of finite index in finitely generated group (1)
Subgroup of finite index has a left transversal that is also a right transversalSubgroup of finite group has a left transversal that is also a right transversal
Poincare's theorem
Subgroup of finite index (2)
Subgroup having a left transversal that is also a right transversal (2)
Left transversal of a subgroup (?)
Right transversal of a subgroup (?)
Subgroup of finite index need not be closed in algebraic groupSubgroup of finite index (2)