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Unformatted text preview: Abstract Algebra Chapter I Name: AnsWain Totally 110 points, including 10 bonus ones. Please ﬁnish in 50 minutes. 1. (20 points) Consider the following binaryr algebraic structures. (A) Determine which ones are groups, which ones are not.
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isomorphic to 23 X 22. 4. (30 points) A cyclic group G is either isomorphic to Z (when G is of inﬁnite order), or
isomorphic to Zm (when G is of order m). Suppose d and m are nonzero integers, and
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