Strongly image-potentially characteristic subgroup
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Relation with other properties
- Semi-strongly image-potentially characteristic subgroup
- Image-potentially characteristic subgroup
- Normal subgroup
- Finite NIPC theorem: This shows that any normal subgroup of a finite group is strongly image-potentially characteristic.
- No nontrivial abelian normal p-subgroup for some prime p implies every normal subgroup is strongly image-potentially characteristic: This shows that for a very large class of groups, every normal subgroup is strongly image-potentially characteristic.