Anku Asked a Question
May 3, 2021 8:03 pmpts 30 pts
pls once show by giving an example... . .. . . .. . . . . .
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  • Gattu uday
    (Z,+) is infinite cyclic group , it is generated by -1 and +1 , It is the standard infinite cyclic group
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  • Gattu uday
    Both are not Cyclic groups ...(Z,+) is only infinite cyclic group no other infinite cyclic groups exists
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    Sonu saini
    there are many infinite groups which are cyclic ....(z,+) is not only single infinite cyclic group
  • Piyush pachauri thankyou
    Even R,+ is not cyclic.
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  • Alka gupta thankyou
    no, both are not cyclic groups..... these are only infinite groups
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  • Deepak singh Best Answer
    Both are non cyclic group because there does not exist a element which can general all set .
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    Anku
    sir can u pls show how (z,+) is infinite cyclic group...?..as per me its not cyclic
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