Elementary amenable group

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A group is said to be elementary amenable if it can be built from finite groups and Abelian groups by the following operations:

Since each of these operations preserves amenability, every elementary amenable group is an amenable discrete group (viz, its amenable when viewed with the discrete topology).

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