I've been reading Waterhouse's book "Introduction to affine group schemes", in part to help prepare myself for an (oral) advanced topic exam in algebraic geometry. There is one exercise in chapter 1 that has been giving me trouble. Let $G$ be an affine group scheme with associated Hopf algebra $A$. The exercise says that I should prove the following Hopf-algebraic fact about $A$ by translating it to a basic fact about the group theory of $G$ : "The map $A \otimes A \rightarrow A \otimes A$ sending $a \otimes b$ to $(a \otimes 1)(\Delta(b))$ is an algebra isomorphism".

The other parts of the exercise give Hopf-algebraic facts corresponding to really basic group theory facts, like $(x^{-1})^{-1} = x$ and $(xy)^{-1} = y^{-1} x^{-1}$ and $1^{-1} = 1$. However, I can't figure out which group-theoretic fact the above corresponds to. It almost seems like it is saying that there is some automorphism of the group corresponding to the above Hopf-algebra isomorphism; however, the only group automorphisms I know that exist in general are the inner ones, and those don't seem to do the job.