Binate group

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Definition with symbols

A group G is termed a binate group if for every finitely generated subgroup H of G there is a homomorphism \varphi_H: H \to G and an element u_H \in G such that for all h \in H, we have:

h = [u_H, \varphi_H(h)].

Relation with other properties

Weaker properties