This article defines a group property: a property that can be evaluated to true/false for any given group, invariant under isomorphism
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A group is termed a PT-group if every subpermutable subgroup of the group is a permutable subgroup. In other words, a group is termed a PT-group if every permutable subgroup of a permutable subgroup is permutable.
For finite groups, this is the same as requiring that every subnormal subgroup be permutable.
Definition with symbols
In terms of the subgroup property collapse operator
This group property can be defined in terms of the collapse of two subgroup properties. In other words, a group satisfies this group property if and only if every subgroup of it satisfying the first property (permutable subgroup) satisfies the second property (right-transitively permutable subgroup), and vice versa.
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It can be expressed using the following collapses:
- subpermutable subgroup = permutable subgroup
- permutable subgroup = right-transitively permutable subgroup