Jack Button

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Let H,K be subgroups of G. We investigate the intersection properties of left and right cosets of these subgroups. If H and K are subgroups of G, then G can be partitioned as the disjoint union of all left cosets of H, as well as the disjoint union of all right cosets of K. But how do these two partitions of G intersect each other? Definition 1. Let G be a(More)
We explore transversals of finite index subgroups of finitely generated groups. We show that when H is a subgroup of a rank n group G and H has index at least n in G then we can construct a left transversal for H which contains a generating set of size n for G; this construction is algorithmic when G is finitely presented. We also show that, in the case(More)
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