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Let and be groups, i be the identity element for H, andbe a homomorphism. The kernel of

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Let and be groups, i be the identity element for H, andbe a homomorphism. The kernel of f isis all the elements of G that map to the identity inH. Show that is a subgroup of G.

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MATH 242: Elementary Differential Equations Dr. Thi Thao Phuong Hoang Notes from 8/24/17 **Note** I Anything abbreviated with is considered the first prime not to be confused with an exponent Intro 8/24/I7 Differential Equations: Functions – y : R → R | t → y(t) I +ℎ −() Derivative – y (t) : lim →∞ ℎ Definition: A differential equation is a function that relates a function with one or more derivatives Example I: Remarks: I 2 2 a) y = x or = x 1) Only real-value functions can be used I I

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Textbook: A Transition to Advanced Mathematics
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Author: Douglas Smith, Maurice Eggen, Richard St. Andre
ISBN: 9780495562023

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Let and be groups, i be the identity element for H, andbe a homomorphism. The kernel of