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C closed subgroup

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  1. in the field of group theory a subgroup of a group is said to be c closed if any two elements of the subgroup that are conjugate in the group are also conjugate in the subgroup

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  2. a term from mathematics

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  3. An alternative characterization of c closed normal subgroups is that all class automorphisms of the whole group restrict to class automorphisms of the subgroup

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  4. The following facts are true regarding c closed subgroups

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  5. Every central factor is a c closed subgroup

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  6. Every c closed normal subgroup is a transitively normal subgroup

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