By George M. Bergman

ISBN-10: 3319114786

ISBN-13: 9783319114781

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Then for each group G, sG is the operation taking each 3-tuple (ξ, η, ζ) of elements of G to the element (η ξ) η −1 ∈ G. Such operations will be of importance to us, so we give them a name. 1. Let G be a group and n a nonnegative integer. Let T = Tn, −1 , ·, e denote the set of group-theoretic terms in n symbols. Then for each s ∈ T, we will let sG : |G|n → |G| denote the map taking each n-tuple f ∈ |G|n to the element sf ∈ |G|. The n-ary operations sG obtained in this way from terms s ∈ T will be called the derived n-ary operations of G.

Then for each group G, sG is the operation taking each 3-tuple (ξ, η, ζ) of elements of G to the element (η ξ) η −1 ∈ G. Such operations will be of importance to us, so we give them a name. 1. Let G be a group and n a nonnegative integer. Let T = Tn, −1 , ·, e denote the set of group-theoretic terms in n symbols. Then for each s ∈ T, we will let sG : |G|n → |G| denote the map taking each n-tuple f ∈ |G|n to the element sf ∈ |G|. The n-ary operations sG obtained in this way from terms s ∈ T will be called the derived n-ary operations of G.

Further, when these conditions hold, the homomorphism h of (b) is unique. If the assumption that a, b and c generate F is dropped, one still has (b) =⇒ (a). Proof. Not yet assuming that a, b and c generate F, suppose h is a homomorphism as in (b). Then I claim that for all p ∈ T, h(pF (a, b, c)) = pG (α, β, γ). M. 1007/978-3-319-11478-1 3 25 26 3 Free Groups Indeed, the set of p ∈ T for which the above equation holds is easily seen to contain x, y and z, and to be closed under the operations of T, hence it is all of T.

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