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Person# David Bornand

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Solvable group

In mathematics, more specifically in the field of group theory, a solvable group or soluble group is a group that can be constructed from abelian groups using extensions. Equivalently, a solvable group is a group whose derived series terminates in the trivial subgroup. Historically, the word "solvable" arose from Galois theory and the proof of the general unsolvability of quintic equation. Specifically, a polynomial equation is solvable in radicals if and only if the corresponding Galois group is solvable (note this theorem holds only in characteristic 0).

We exhibit a counterexample to a fiber theorem stated by F. Fumagalli [J. Algebra 283 (2) (2005), 639-654] and show how it affects the rest of Fumagalli's paper. As a consequence, whether the poset A_

2009All the results in this work concern (finite) p-groups. Chapter 1 is concerned with classifications of some classes of p-groups of class 2 and there are no particularly new results in this chapter, wh

Let p be an arbitrary prime and let P be a finite p-group. The general objective of this paper is to obtain refined information on the homotopy type of the poset of all non-trivial elementary abelian