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subsets of groups which have to be closed no matter what
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Fantastic properties of Z/2Z
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Why the axiomatic rank of the variety of groups is equal to three?
Your octonion argument is much simpler and works perfectly. The algebra of all unit octonions or all non-zero octonions (with operations $\cdot$, ${\ }^{-1}$, and $1$) is non-associative but satisfies all two-variable laws that are consequences of the group axioms. |
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Almost uniquely generated groups
Oh yes, thank you! |
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Almost uniquely generated groups
"Any finite $p$-group which is relatively free in some variety has this property by the same argument. In light of Geoff's answer perhaps these are the only ones?" -- No. The quaternion group of order 8 is not relatively free but satisfies the conditions. |
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Almost uniquely generated groups
Why $\{a_{1},b_{1},g_{2},g_{3}, \ldots, g_{n} \}$ is irredundant? |
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Almost uniquely generated groups
No. $S$ is unique up to automorphisms; so, the complement of $S$ is not necessary the Frattini subgroup.Take a cyclic group of prime order, for example. |
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Almost uniquely generated groups
Yes. And probably you mean Question 2 as you use that the orders are finite. |
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Almost uniquely generated groups
This condition is indeed weaker. See the (wrong) answer of M. Shahryari. |
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Almost uniquely generated groups
No. Even $F_1$ does not satisfy. The question is about inclusion-minimal sets. |
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Almost uniquely generated groups
It seems that you use the letter $n$ in two different senses. You are talking about $m$-generated free groups in the varieties of nilpotent groups of exponent $p^n$, right? |