On quantitative structure of small Ree groups

  title={On quantitative structure of small Ree groups},
  author={Seyed Hassan Alavi and Ashraf Daneshkhah and Hosein Parvizi Mosaed},
  journal={Communications in Algebra},
  pages={4099 - 4108}
ABSTRACT The main aim of this article is to study quantitative structure of small Ree Groups 2G2(q). Here, we prove that small Ree groups are uniquely determined by their orders and the set of the number of elements of the same order. 
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