Prove that the octahedral group is isomorphic to S4' (See Example 59.7. One possibility is toexplain why the rotation groups of a cube and a regular octahedron are the same, such as byconnecting the centers of the faces of a cube, and then labeling the diagonals of a cube andconsidering how each rotation permutes them.)

Z SCORES AND TABLE NOTES AND PRACTICE Z-Scores -measure of how many standard deviations there are between a data value and the mean Z= x-μ(mean of population) / σ (standard deviation) EX; $247 skis Mean $279 SD= $16 Z= 247279 /16 Z=2 The price of the skis are 2 standard deviations below the mean ZTable used to find the proportion that falls...