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## Theorie der endlichen Gruppen von eindeutigen by Seligmann Kantor

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By Seligmann Kantor

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In either case, we obtain the desired contradiction, thus completing the proof of (ii). Suppose SL(2, p) were solvable, p ~ 5. Then also G = L 2 (p) is solvable. I(v), H is an elementary abelian I-group for some prime I. If I = p, we can identify H with the group P of translations z' = z + b, bE GF(p).

Since ISL(2, q)1 = q(q2 - 1), P is an Sp-subgroup and so (ii) holds if q is even. Consider next the case q == 1 (mod 4) and let 2a be the highest power of 2 dividing q - 1. In this case q + 1 is divisible by 2, but not 4, and so an S2-subgroup of SL(2, q) has order 2a + I. Let ex be an element of GF(q) of order 2a and set 1) X = ( 0ex 0 ex-I ) and y = ( -10 O' y-l xy = X-I, and y 2 = X 2"-1 Then x, y = (- E SL(2, q), Ixl = 2,a Iyl = 4, 6_~), as can be directly checked. Thus (x, y) is generalized quaternion of order 2a + I and is an S2-subgroup of SL(2, q).

V) H normalizes K if and only if [H, K] £; K. (vi) K = [H4>, K4>]. In particular, [H, K] is normal in G if both Hand K are. Proof First, (i) and (ii) follow at once by direct computation using the definitions. To prove (iii), we must show that for each x in [H, K], both x h and x k are in [H, K] for each h in Hand k in K.