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Harsh Saxena Asked a Question
January 27, 2021 11:10 pmpts 30 pts
Let Hbe a group satisfyıng that g H Z3 is a homomorphism implies g (h) =0 VhEH Then H can be O Z OZ3
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  • Khushboo shivhare thankyou
    Option B is correct use g.c.d(m,n)=1 means only identity homomorphism possible Also g.c.d(33,323)=1
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  • Piyush
    Any doubt then you can ask
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  • Piyush
    Option B is correct.
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  • Piyush Best Answer
    No of homomorphism from Zm to Zn are given by gcd(m,n). IN This question ,it is asked only identity homomorphism is possible with what group? So gcd of 323 should be 1 with H. 323=...
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