Let $G=\{g_1,g_2,...,g_n\}$ be a group with $e=g_1$ and $n$ is odd,

Set $$a_1=g_1$$ $$a_2=g_1g_2$$ $$a_3=g_1g_2g_3$$ $$a_n=g_1g_2...g_n$$

I am looking for example that all $a_i$ are different from each other i.e. $G=\{a_1,a_2,...,a_n\}$. By the way it is clear that $a_i\neq a_{i+1}$.

**Note** I had asked this question there but I think it is suitable for here. I require that $n$ is odd since there are many example when $n$ is even yet I found no example in the case $n$ is odd.

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