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12 · 1 = 0} Analogously, for q = 2 , m = 6 , we obtain in notation additive is 1·2 and we get, exactly (1) = Z12 . , 12 · 1 = 0} = {2, 4, 6, 8, 10, 0} = (2) . For q = 3 , m = 4 , we get {11·3 , 12·3 , 13·3 , 14·3 = 112 = 0} which, in additive notation is q = 4, For we obtain m = 3, {3 · 1, 6 · 1, 9 · 1, 12 · 1 = 0} = {3, 6, 9, 0} = (3) . 1·4 2·4 3·4 12 which, in additive notation is {1 , 1 , 1 = 1 = 0} {4 · 1, 8 · 1, 12 · 1 = 0} = {4, 8, 0} = (4) . For q = 6 , m = 2 , we get {11·6 , 12·6 = 112 = 0} which, in additive notation, is {6 · 1, 12 · 1 = 0} = {6, 0} = (6) .

Analogously for the right congruence. 3 Proposition. The left and right equivalence clases [x] of the relation defined can be expressed as xH = {xh|h ∈ H} and Hx = {hx|h ∈ H} respectively. com 62 Click on the ad to read more An Introduction to Group Theory Quotient Groups Proof. The equivalence classes of any element x of G can be expressed as (using the symmetry): [x] = = = = = {y ∈ G|y ≡i x (mod H)} {y ∈ G|x ≡i y (mod H)} {y ∈ G|x−1 y = h ∈ H} {y ∈ G|y = xh; h ∈ xH} {xh|h ∈ H} = xH. The same is true for the equivalence classes under the relation of right congruence modulo H .

19 Proposition. Let f : G → G be a homomorphism of groups. Then, if H is a subgroup of G , f (H) is subgroup of G and if H is a subgroup of G , f −1 (H ) is a subgroup of G . Proof. We will show that f (H) = {f (x)|x ∈ H} is a subgroup of G . Let v, w ∈ f (H) ; Then there exist x, y ∈ H such that f (x) = v , f (y) = w . As H is a subgroup of G , x + y ∈ H . As f is a homomorphism, f (e) = e ∈ f (H) , v + w = f (x) + f (y) = f (x + y) ∈ f (H) . If x ∈ H then f (x) ∈ f (H) . As H is a subgroup of G , x−1 ∈ H .

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