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Symbol-free definition

A subquotient of a group is a quotient of a subgroup of the group by a normal subgroup of that subgroup.

Definition with symbols

Let G be a group. A subquotient of G is a group of the form H/N where H is a subgroup of G and N is a normal subgroup of H.

Alternative names

Subquotients are also called: