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By William A. Adkins

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8) Proposition. Let G be a group of order p2q where p and q are distinct primes. Then G is the semidirect product of a p-Sylow subgroup H and a q-Sylow subgroup K. Proof. 6. If q > p then 1 + kq p2 for some k > 0. Since q > p, this can only occur if k = 0 or 1 + kq = p2. The latter case forces q to divide p2-1 = (p+l)(p-1). Since q > p, we must have q = p+l. This can happen I only if p _ 2 and q = 3. Therefore, in the case q > p, the q-Sylow subgroup K is a normal subgroup of G, except possibly when JGI = 22 - 3 = 12.

Since it is clear that N n H = (e) and NH = G, it follows that G is the semidirect product of N and H. The map 0 : H - Aut(N) given by Oh (n) = hnh is a group homomorphism, so if q does not divide I Aut(N)I = I Aut(Zp)l = 1Z;1 = p - 1, then 0 is the trivial homomorphism. , nh = hn for all h E H, n E N. Hence H a G and G Zp x Z. Zpq (see Exercise 11). If q I p - 1 then there are nontrivial homomorphisms 0: Zq - Aut(N) Zp and for some homomorphism 0, G ZP 14m Z. Therefore, if N = (a) and H = (b), then G = (a, b), subject to the relations ap = e, bq = e, b-lab = ar where rq - 1 (mod p).

Let d be the greatest common divisor of m and n. Show that I Hom(Zn, Z,)I = d. 36. If n is odd, show that Don 2-1 Den X Z237. 28) for the quaternion group Q and the dihedral group Ds. 35. 38. Verify that the alternating group A5 has no nontrivial normal sub oups. ) A group with no nontrivial normal subgroups is called simple. It is known that A. is simple for all n 34 4. Suppose that G is an abelian group of order n. If m I n show that G has a subgroup of order m. Compare this result with Exercise 31.

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