Baer norm is Dedekind
This article gives the statement, and possibly proof, of the fact that for any group, the subgroup obtained by applying a given subgroup-defining function(i.e., Baer norm) always satisfies a particular group property (i.e., Dedekind group (?))
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Note that this is the strongest condition we can put on the Baer norm, because every Dedekind group occurs as its own Baer norm.
Statement with symbols
If is a group and is the Baer norm of , then for any subgroup , is normal in .
- Baer norm is hereditarily permutable: Every subgroup of the Baer norm is permutable in the whole group.
- Baer norm not is hereditarily normal: Every subgroup of the Baer norm need not be normal in the whole group (though this result says that it is normal in the Baer norm).
- Baer norm is hereditarily 2-subnormal
Given: A group with Baer norm . A subgroup .
To prove: is normal in .
Proof: Since is the intersection of normalizers of all subgroups of , . Thus, is normal in .