profile-img
Ishu 1 Asked a Question
October 28, 2021 7:48 ampts 5 pts
8. Let (G, o) and (G',*) be two groups and ó : G>G' be a homomorphism. Then o is one-one if and only if (a) ker o = {ea} (b) ker = {ec} (c) ker d = C (d) ker o c C
  • 1 Answer(s)
  • 0 Likes
  • 1 Comments
  • Shares
  • Navdeep goyal 1 Best Answer
    a homomorphism f G to G' is one one if ker f={e} where e is identity of G so.option B
    Likes(0) Reply(0)
Head Office :
MPA 44, 2nd floor, Rangbari Main Road,
Mahaveer Nagar II, Kota (Raj.) – 324005

Corporate Office:
212, F-1, 2nd Floor, Evershine Tower,
Amrapali Marg,
Vaishali Nagar, Jaipur (Raj.) – 302021

Mail: info@eduncle.com
All Rights Reserved © Eduncle.com