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January 20, 2021 4:21 pmpts 30 pts
For an integer n 2 2, let s, be the permutation group on n letters and, A, the alternating group. Let C* be the group of non-zero complex number under multiplication. Which of the following are correct statements? For every integern:2, there is a nontrivial homomorphism : S,-C* For every integer n 2 2, there is a unique nontrivial homomorphism : S, - C* For every integer n e3, there is a nontrivial homomorphism ¢: A C For every integern:5, there is no nontrivial homomorphism : A, - C
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  • Sonu Best Answer
    see the attachment a, b , d
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    any doubt can ask