Presentations for 3-dimensional special linear groups over integer rings

@inproceedings{Conder1992PresentationsF3,
  title={Presentations for 3-dimensional special linear groups over integer rings},
  author={Marston D. E. Conder and Edmund F. Robertson and Peter Williams},
  year={1992}
}
The following 2-generator 6-relator presentation is obtained for the 3-dimensional special linear group SL(3, Z k ) for each odd integer k>1 : SL(3,Z k )= . Alternative presentations for these groups and other groups associated with them are also given 
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