Unformatted text preview: if a and b are in S , then so is ab ). Let T and U be disjoint subsets of S whose union is S . Given that the product of any three (not necessarily distinct) elements of T is in T and that the product of any three elements of U is in U , show that at least one of the two subsets T,U is closed under multiplication. [Putnam Exam, 1995, A1]...
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