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On Finite NeutroGroups of Type-NG[1,2,4]

Authors Names :   A.A.A. Agboola   1  

1  Affiliation :  Department of Mathematics, Federal University of Agriculture, Abeokuta, Nigeria.

    Email :  agboolaaaa@funaab.edu.ng

Doi   :  10.5281/zenodo.4006602

Received: May 02, 2020 Accepted: August 20, 2020

Abstract :



The NeutroGroups as alternatives to the classical groups are of different types with different algebraic prop- erties. In this paper, we are going to study a class of NeutroGroups of type-NG[1,2,4]. In this class of Neu- troGroups, the closure law, the axiom of associativity and existence of inverse are taking to be either partially true or partially false for some elements; while the existence of identity element and axiom of commutativity are taking to be totally true for all the elements. Several examples of NeutroGroups of type-NG[1,2,4] are presented along with their basic properties. It is shown that Lagrange’s theorem holds for some NeutroSub- groups of a NeutroGroup and failed to hold for some NeutroSubgroups of the same NeutroGroup. It is also shown that the union of two NeutroSubgroups of a NeutroGroup can be a NeutroSubgroup even if one is not contained in the other; and that the intersection of two NeutroSubgroups may not be a NeutroSubgroup. The concepts of NeutroQuotientGroups and NeutroGroupHomomorphisms are presented and studied. It is shown that the fundamental homomorphism theorem of the classical groups is holding in the class of NeutroGroups of type-NG[1,2,4].





Keywords :


Neutrosophy; group; NeutroGroup; AntiGroup; NeutroSubgroup; NeutroCyclicGroup; Neutro- QuotientGroup; NeutroGroupHomomorphism.


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