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Vijay posted an Question
July 07, 2022 • 20:47 pm 30 points
  • CSIR NET
  • Mathematical Sciences

If fis homomorphism of a group g intoa group g' with kernalk, then oa. kis a complex of g ob. kis a subgroup of g but not a normal subgroup of g oc. kis a norma

If Fis homomorphism of a group G intoa group G' with kernalK, then OA. Kis a complex of G OB. Kis a subgroup of G but not a normal subgroup of G OC. Kis a normal subgroup of G. OD. None of the above.

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    Navdeep goyal 1 Best Answer

    if f: G to G’ be a homomrphism and K be a kernal of homomrphism then K is normal subgroup of G so C

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