Group whose center is a direct factor
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A group whose center is a direct factor is a group satisfying the following equivalent conditions:
- It is the direct product of a centerless group and an abelian group.
- Its center is a permutably complemented subgroup.
- Its center is a complemented normal subgroup.
- Its center is a direct factor.
Relation with other properties
- Abelian group
- Centerless group
- Simple group
- Characteristically simple group
- Group in which every normal subgroup is a direct factor
- Group whose center is an AEP-subgroup
- Group having an automorphism whose restriction to the center is the inverse map