Camina group

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Symbol-free definition

A group is termed a Camina group if every coset of the derived subgroup other than the commutator subgroup itself, forms exactly one conjugacy class.

Definition with symbols

A group G is termed a Camina group if for every g \notin [G,G], the coset g[G,G] is a conjugacy class.

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