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SOME SOLUBILITY CRITERIA IN FACTORISED GROUPS

  • M. ASAAD (a1), A. BALLESTER-BOLINCHES (a2) and R. ESTEBAN-ROMERO (a3)

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In this paper, solubility of groups factorised as a product of two subgroups which are connected by certain permutability properties is studied.

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Corresponding author

For correspondence; e-mail: Adolfo.Ballester@uv.es

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The research of the second and the third authors has been supported by the grant MTM2010-19938-C03-01 from the Ministerio de Ciencia e Innovación (Spanish government).

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