The Cyclic Decomposition of the Group (Q2m C4) When m= ,h, r∈ Z+ and p is Prime Number

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  • Abstract

    The main purpose of this paper is to find The Cyclic decomposition of the group (Q2m C4) when m= h, r  Z+and p is prime number, which is denoted by AC (Q2m ×C4) where Q2m is the Quaternion group and C4 is the cyclic group of order 4 . We have also found the general form of Artin's characters table of Ar(Q2m×C4) when m=  ,h,r  Z+and p is prime number.


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    Quaternion group, the cyclic group, Artin's characters, Artin's characters table, the cyclic decomposition

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Article ID: 24223
DOI: 10.14419/ijet.v7i4.36.24223

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