[UNKNOWN] Given a group G with infinite order, is it fast to find the inverse of any given element in G?
This question arose in one of my math classes today and no one knew the answer. Obviously, if G can also be written as a field, we can use the Extended Euclidean Algorithm. But what if the group can't be written as a field? Is there still a fast way to find the inverse?

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good question, i have no answer though lol

@Zarkon @satellite73 @FoolForMath Have any ideas?

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