Unformatted text preview: nd ALL cosets of H. (Hint: there are four.) Write your final answers below. Use the
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We find cosets by performing the group operation between each member of the group
and the members of the coset, one at a time. When attempting to generate a coset yields a
repeated element, we skip the coset generated by that group member and continue until
all elements of the group are covered. For example, performing the group operation with
element 2 and the subgroup H yields {2, 4, 6, 0} – and all of these elements are already
present in the coset g...
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