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Teacher actually did this one in class...
I'm just having trouble with the notation I think.. hmm

showing isomorphic means to show it's homorphism (bijective)

yes exactly :)

hmm with some twist xD

the twist only a need to make sure phi^-1 fits the origin domain :3

fixed a few typos...

woops lil boo boo on part 1 :3 lol

bah, now I dont have in my clip board and I am to lazy lol

haha

you need to prove those two things

o :c hah

Thanks for the help broski!
I should get to sleep while I still can >.<

fo sure. no I love this stuff. :)

gn and may you dream of symmetries of the square