Relating two genus 0 problems of John Thompson


Excluding a precise list of groups like alternating, symmetric, cyclic and dihedral, from 1st year algebra (§7.2.3), we expect there are only finitely many monodromy groups of primitive genus 0 covers. Denote this nearly proven genus 0 problem as Problem 2 . We call the exceptional groups 0-sporadic. Example: Finitely many Chevalley groups are 0-sporadic. A… (More)


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