https://groupprops.subwiki.org/w/index.php?title=Tour:Equivalence_of_definitions_of_group_action&feed=atom&action=historyTour:Equivalence of definitions of group action - Revision history2020-06-06T12:04:06ZRevision history for this page on the wikiMediaWiki 1.29.2https://groupprops.subwiki.org/w/index.php?title=Tour:Equivalence_of_definitions_of_group_action&diff=15221&oldid=prevVipul: New page: {{derivative of|equivalence of definitions of group action}} {{tour-regular| target = beginners| secnum = five| previous = Understanding the definition of a homomorphism| next = Cayley's t...2008-12-08T21:33:33Z<p>New page: {{derivative of|equivalence of definitions of group action}} {{tour-regular| target = beginners| secnum = five| previous = Understanding the definition of a homomorphism| next = Cayley's t...</p>
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{{quotation|In an [[Tour:group action|earlier page of this tour]], you saw one definition of group action. There are actually two definitions of group action: the one you saw and another one in terms of homomorphism to a symmetric group. This page gives both definitions and proves their equivalence.<br>'''WHAT YOU NEED TO DO''': Understand both definitions, and the proof of their equivalence.}}<br />
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