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By William A. Adkins

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If r = 1 then 0 is trivial, H is normal, and G ZP X Z. Otherwise, G is nonabelian. 7 Groups of Low Order 41 that all choices of r 54 1 produce isomorphic groups. Thus, if q I p - 1, then there are exactly two nonisomorphic groups of order pq. 3) Corollary. If IGI = 2p, where p is an odd prime, then G G Z2p or D2p. Proof. The only nontrivial homomorphism 0: Z2 -i Aut(Zp) = Zp is the homomorphism 1 -* 01 with ¢1(a) = -a. 10 (2). 4) Remark. The results obtained so far completely describe all groups of order < 15, except for groups of order 8 and 12.

8 (13). 12) Examples. (1) If X is the rectangle in R2 with vertices (0, 1), (0, 0), (2, 0), and (2, 1) labelled from 1 to 4 in the given order, then the symmetry group of X is the subgroup H = {e, (13)(24), (12)(34), (14)(23)} of S4, which is isomorphic to the Klein 4-group. (2) DB °-° S3 since D6 is generated as a subgroup of S3 by the permutations a= (123) andp=(23). (3) D8 is a (nonnormal) subgroup of S4 of order 8. If a = (1234) and a = (13) then Ds = {e, a, a2, a3, Q, aQ, a2Q, a3,3}. There are two other subgroups of S4 conjugate to Ds (exercise).

In general it is difficult to compute Aut(G) for a given group G. There is, however, one important special case where the computation is possible. 23) Proposition. Aut(Zn) ^_' Z. Proof. Recall that Z,, = {m : 1 < m < n and (m, n) = 1} with the operation of multiplication modulo n, and Zn = {m : 0 < m < n} = (1) with the operation of addition modulo n. Let E Aut(Zn). Since 1 is a generator of Zn, 0 is completely determined by 4(1) = m. Since 0 is an isomorphism and o(1) = n, we must have o(m) = o(¢(1)) = n.

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