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  • {{natural number-parametrized group family}} ...lled [[von Dyck group]]s. They also arise as a special case of a family of groups called [[Coxeter group]]s.
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  • ...group}} of order eight or ''the dihedral group of degree four'' (since its natural action is on four elements), or sometimes the ''octic group'', is defined b ...er [[field:F2]], <math>2</math>-[[Sylow subgroup]] of [[projective special linear group:PSL(3,2)|PSL(3,2)]].
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  • {{natural number-parametrized linear algebraic group}} ...th>n</math> be a natural number and <math>k</math> a field. The '''general linear group''' of degree <math>n</math> over <math>k</math>, denoted <math>GL(n,k
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  • {{natural number-parametrized algebraic matrix group}} Let <math>n</math> be a natural number and <math>k</math> be a field. The '''orthogonal group for the stand
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  • {{natural number-parametrized linear algebraic group}} Let <math>k</math> be a [[field]] and <math>n</math> a natural number. The '''orthogonal similitude group for the standard dot product '''
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  • {{natural number-parametrized linear algebraic group}} ===In terms of natural numbers===
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  • {{natural number-parametrized linear algebraic group}} Let <math>n</math> be a natural number and <math>k</math> a field. Then the special orthogonal group of ord
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  • ...tion: given a conjecture stating that something is true for ''all'' finite groups, how do we go about verifying, proving, or disproving the conjecture? A conjecture related to finite groups typically has either of these formats:
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  • {{natural number-parametrized linear algebraic group}} Let <math>k</math> be a field and <math>n</math> be a natural number. The '''special orthogonal similitude group''' of order <math>n</mat
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  • {{natural number-parametrized linear algebraic group}} Let <math>k</math> be a [[field]] and <math>n</math> be a [[natural number]]. The '''affine orthogonal group''' <math>AO(n,k)</math> is defined
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  • ...ecial linear group over reals]] and hence of a [[member of family::special linear group]]. ...has the structure of a [[topological group]], a [[real Lie group]], and an algebraic group restricted to the reals.
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  • ...ng one block into the Young diagram of the partition of <math>n</math>. In algebraic terms, this means that the partition of <math>n + 1</math> is obtained from ...aph''' is the [[Bratteli diagram]] for the inductive sequence of symmetric groups <math>S_1 \hookrightarrow S_2 \hookrightarrow S_3 \hookrightarrow \dots \ho
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  • ...ince it belongs to the family of [[standard representation]]s of symmetric groups. | Kernel of representation || trivial subgroup, i.e., it is a [[faithful linear representation]] in all characteristics.
    14 KB (1,983 words) - 05:50, 7 June 2012
  • ...ince it belongs to the family of [[standard representation]]s of symmetric groups. | Kernel of representation || trivial subgroup, i.e., it is a [[faithful linear representation]] in all characteristics.
    14 KB (1,994 words) - 21:43, 17 July 2011
  • ...fact about::algebraic group;2| ]][[algebraic group]]s of [[dimension of an algebraic group|dimension]] equal to 1 over an [[fact about::algebraically closed fie ...for the case of a [[linear algebraic group]] (or equivalently, an [[affine algebraic group]]), case (3) does not apply and thus cases (1) and (2) are the only p
    4 KB (587 words) - 18:10, 7 January 2012
  • ...algebraic group]] over the [[field of real numbers]] (note that it is not algebraic over the complex numbers). ! Function !! Value !! Similar groups !! Explanation
    4 KB (623 words) - 07:12, 12 February 2013