Transitive group action

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This article defines a group action property or a property of group actions: a property that can be evaluated for a group acting on a set.
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A group action on a set is termed transitive if given any two elements of the set, there is a group element that takes the first element to the second.

By the fundamental theorem of group actions, any transitive group action on a nonempty set can be identified with the action on the coset space of the isotropy subgroup at some point.