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Zaara

  • one year ago

Let m be an arbitrary but a fixed non-zero integer.show that the set G={ma: a is element of Z} of all integral multiples of m, is an infinite abelian group with respect to addition composition...

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    check the axioms, they will all work

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    associative and commutative are inhertied from those same properties in \(\mathbb{Z}\)

  6. Zaara
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    thats ok bt hw to work with axioms... shud i take 3 arbitary elements to show it??? hw??

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