Subgroup structure of projective special linear group:PSL(2,13)

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This article gives specific information, namely, subgroup structure, about a particular group, namely: projective special linear group:PSL(2,13).
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This article discusses the subgroup structure of projective special linear group:PSL(2,13), which is the projective special linear group of degree two over field:F13. The group has order 1092, with prime factorization:

1092 = 2^2 \cdot 3^1 \cdot 7^1 \cdot 13^1 = 4 \cdot 3 \cdot 7 \cdot 13

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Family name Parameter values General discussion of subgroup structure of family
projective special linear group of degree two PSL(2,q) over a finite field of size q q = 13, i.e., field:F13, so the group is PSL(2,13) subgroup structure of projective special linear group of degree two over a finite field

Tables for quick information

Lagrange's theorem (order of subgroup times index of subgroup equals order of whole group, so both divide it), |order of quotient group divides order of group (and equals index of corresponding normal subgroup)
Sylow subgroups exist, Sylow implies order-dominating, congruence condition on Sylow numbers|congruence condition on number of subgroups of given prime power order
normal Hall implies permutably complemented, Hall retract implies order-conjugate

Quick summary

Item Value
Number of subgroups 942
Number of conjugacy classes of subgroups 16
Number of automorphism classes of subgroups  ?
Isomorphism classes of Sylow subgroups and the corresponding fusion systems and Sylow numbers 2-Sylow: Klein four-group, fusion system is simple fusion system for Klein four-group, Sylow number is 91
3-Sylow: cyclic group:Z3, Sylow number is 91
7-Sylow: cyclic group:Z7, Sylow number is 78
13-Sylow: cyclic group:Z13, Sylow number is 14
Hall subgroups Other than the whole group, the trivial subgroup, and the Sylow subgroups, there are \{ 2,3 \}-Hall subgroups (of order 12) and \{ 2,3,5 \}-Hall subgroups (of order 60) and \{ 3, 13\}-Hall subgroups (of order 39)
maximal subgroups maximal subgroups have orders 12, 14, 78.
normal subgroups only the whole group and the trivial subgroup, because the group is simple. See projective special linear group is simple (with a couple of small exceptions, but this isn't one of them)
subgroups that are simple non-abelian groups (apart from the whole group itself) None. The group is a minimal simple group, because it is of the form PSL(2,p), p prime, p > 3, and 5 \mid p^2 + 1. See classification of finite minimal simple groups.