In a finite group what is relationship between the number of Sylow $p$subgroups with the number of elements of order a multiple of $p$?
Is there any reference for my question?
In a finite group what is relationship between the number of Sylow $p$subgroups with the number of elements of order a multiple of $p$? Is there any reference for my question? 


One relationship is that the number of $p$singular elements ( that is, elements whose order is divisible by $p$) is divisible by the number of Sylow $p$subgroups of $G$. This is a consequence of a theorem Frobenius, together with Sylow's theorem, though I don't recall seeing the fact stated in print. Let $P$ be a Sylow $p$subgroup of $G.$ Frobenius proved that if $n$ divides the order of finite group $G,$ then the number of solutions of $g^{n}=1$ in $G$ is an integer multiple of $n.$ Hence the number of solutions of $x^{[G:P]} = 1$ in $G$ is divisible by $[G:P].$ This number is also $G  \#$ ($p$singular elements of $G$). Hence the number of $p$singular elements of $G$ is divisible by $[G:P]$. This is in turn divisible by $[G:N_{G}(P)],$ which is the number of Sylow $p$subgroups of $G.$ 

