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  • ...uotient of the [[free group]] on <math>d</math> generators by the [[normal subgroup]] generated by all <math>n^{th}</math> powers. A Burnside group is a group ...particular, any Burnside group is a [[group in which every fully invariant subgroup is verbal]].
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  • ==The three main formulations and their resolutions for different group properties== An inner automorphism of a group satisfies all these properties.
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  • weaker = group with finite derived subgroup}} ...group]]. In fact, there is an explicit bound on the size of the commutator subgroup as a function of the size of the inner automorphism group.
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  • ==Relation with other properties== ===Stronger properties===
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  • A [[subgroup]] of a [[group]] is termed '''fully invariant''' or '''fully characteristic ...] <math>H</math> of a [[group]] <math>G</matH> is termed a fully invariant subgroup of <math>G</math> if ...
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  • ...oups. Analogous results hold when we restrict to groups satisfying certain properties. ...oups. Analogous results hold when we restrict to groups satisfying certain properties.
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  • ...e that this definition differs completely from the definition of [[p-local subgroup]]. ==Conjunction with group properties==
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  • ...ism]] of a group is termed '''normal''' or '''quotientable''' or '''normal subgroup-preserving''' if it satisfies the following equivalent conditions: # It takes each [[defining ingredient::normal subgroup]] to itself (bijectively).
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  • ...nt::verbal subgroup]] || there is a free group <math>F</math> and a verbal subgroup <math>V</math> of <math>F</math> such that <math>G \cong F/V</math> ==Relation with other properties==
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  • ...] <math>p</math>. We give equivalent definitions of a <math>p</math>-Sylow subgroup. ...ubgroup <math>H</math> of a group <math>G</math> is a <math>p</math>-Sylow subgroup of <math>G</math> if ... !! Applications to... !! Additional comments
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  • {{survey article|normal subgroup}} ...In this article, we look at the many reasons why normality is an important subgroup property, and why it keeps popping up repeatedly.
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  • ...e it the zero element in any group is a subgroup of it (namely the trivial subgroup). The analogous statement is not true for many other algebraic varieties -- ==Properties==
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  • {{variational survey article|characteristic subgroup}} Characteristicity is a pivotal [[subgroup property]], that, along with [[normality]], dates back to before the twenti
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  • {{subgroup property related to|geometric group theory}} {{subgroup property related to|combinatorial group theory}}
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  • ...subset inclusions are denoted by <math>\subseteq</math>. When talking of [[subgroup]]s, we typically use <math>\le</math> to emphasize that the subset also has ...sequent work by others led to notions (e.g., [[solvable group]], [[normal subgroup]]) that would have been difficult to develop by viewing a group merely as a
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  • * Its [[defining ingredient::derived subgroup]] <math>G' = [G,G]</math> is trivial. ...p <math>\{ (g,g) \mid g \in G \}</math> is a [[defining ingredient::normal subgroup]] inside <math>G \times G</math>.
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  • Below are many '''equivalent''' definitions of characteristic subgroup. ...bgroup <math>H</math> of a group <math>G</math> is called a characteristic subgroup of <math>G</math> if ...
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  • ...ight cosets]], [[quick phrase::kernel of a homomorphism]], [[quick phrase::subgroup that is a union of conjugacy classes]]}} ...g any of these definitions, we first need to check that we actually have a subgroup.
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  • {{subgroup metaproperty satisfaction}} ...]] satisfies the [[subgroup metaproperty]] of being [[strongly join-closed subgroup property|strongly join-closed]].
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  • {{subgroup metaproperty satisfaction| property = normal subgroup|
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