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Problem 42E

Suppose F1 and F2 are distinct reflections in a dihedral group Dn such that F1F2 = F2F1. Prove that F1F2 = R180.

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Textbook: Contemporary Abstract Algebra
Edition: 8
Author: Joseph Gallian
ISBN: 9781133599708

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