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Mathematics 427, Homework 4 problem Fix a prime number p. Let (Z=pZ)denote the set of nonzero elem
More:Mathematics 427, Homework 4 problem Fix a prime number p. Let (Z=pZ)denote the set of nonzero elements of Z=pZ. Gve the Cartesian product setG = (Z=pZ)(Z=pZ) a product operation by letting (a; b) (c; d) = (ac; ad + b): (1) prove that G is a group with this operation.

 







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