Difference between revisions of "Normal subgroup"

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Term variations: [[Groupprops:Subnormal subgroup|subnormal subgroup]], [[Groupprops:Abnormal subgroup|abnormal subgroup]], [[Groupprops:Quasinormal subgroup|quasinormal subgroup]], and others. See [[Groupprops:Category:Variations of normality]], [[Groupprops:Category:Opposites of normality]], and [[Groupprops:Category:Analogues of normality]].
 
Term variations: [[Groupprops:Subnormal subgroup|subnormal subgroup]], [[Groupprops:Abnormal subgroup|abnormal subgroup]], [[Groupprops:Quasinormal subgroup|quasinormal subgroup]], and others. See [[Groupprops:Category:Variations of normality]], [[Groupprops:Category:Opposites of normality]], and [[Groupprops:Category:Analogues of normality]].
  
Primary subject wiki entry: [[Groupprops:Normal subgroup]]
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Primary subject wiki entry: [[Groupprops:Normal subgroup]].
  
 
Other subject wiki entries: [[Diffgeom:Normal subgroup]]
 
Other subject wiki entries: [[Diffgeom:Normal subgroup]]
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Coverage in guided tours: Groupprops guided tour for beginners; section not yet prepared.
  
 
Also located at: [[Wikipedia:Normal subgroup]], [[Planetmath:NormalSubgroup]], [[Mathworld:NormalSubgroup]], [[Sor:N/n067690|Springer Online Reference Works]], [[Citizendium:Normal subgroup]]
 
Also located at: [[Wikipedia:Normal subgroup]], [[Planetmath:NormalSubgroup]], [[Mathworld:NormalSubgroup]], [[Sor:N/n067690|Springer Online Reference Works]], [[Citizendium:Normal subgroup]]

Revision as of 01:16, 21 March 2009

Normal subgroup: A subgroup of a group that occurs as the kernel of a homomorphism, or equivalently, such that every left coset and right coset are equal.

Related terms: Normality (the property of a subgroup being normal), normal core (the largest normal subgroup contained in a given subgroup), normal closure (the smallest normal subgroup containing a given subgroup), normalizer (the largest subgroup containing a given subgroup, in which it is normal), normal automorphism (an automorphism that preserves every normal subgroup)

Term variations: subnormal subgroup, abnormal subgroup, quasinormal subgroup, and others. See Groupprops:Category:Variations of normality, Groupprops:Category:Opposites of normality, and Groupprops:Category:Analogues of normality.

Primary subject wiki entry: Groupprops:Normal subgroup.

Other subject wiki entries: Diffgeom:Normal subgroup

Coverage in guided tours: Groupprops guided tour for beginners; section not yet prepared.

Also located at: Wikipedia:Normal subgroup, Planetmath:NormalSubgroup, Mathworld:NormalSubgroup, Springer Online Reference Works, Citizendium:Normal subgroup