On the Structure of Certain Factorizable Groups. Ii


1. In [3], we have shown that in a finite ZP-group G in which A and B are cyclic and A is its own normalizer, the commutator subgroup T of G is cyclic and G = AT with AC\T= I. This result can be used to determine the structure of arbitrary ZP-groups in which A and B are cyclic. If A is a subgroup of a group G, define the subgroup Ni(A) of G inductively by… (More)