Vijay Singh chauhan Asked a Question
October 8, 2020 10:24 ampts 30 pts
The mapping ộ: (Z, +)-(Zn, +), defined by o(m) = m (mod n), is a homomorphism. The kerncl of this mapping is O 4Z mz O nz Oz The set of all real matrices of 1 point order 2 under multiplication O forms a group O does not form a semigroup O does not form a groupoid O forms a monoid
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  • Vishal goswami
    any doubt?
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  • Vishal goswami thankyou
    1 ans c ,nz 2 ans d
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  • Srinath Best Answer
    The kernel of a homomorphism, is defined to be the set of those elements in the domain, which are mapped to the identity in the range of the codomain. The identity in 0, so m(mod(n...
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    The matrices, under multiplication must have an inverse. Check whether their determinants are singular or not.
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