# Definition of Subgroup. Meaning of Subgroup. Synonyms of Subgroup

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## Definition of Subgroup

Subgroup
Subgroup Sub"group`, n. (Biol.) A subdivision of a group, as of animals. --Darwin.

## Meaning of Subgroup from wikipedia

- as "H is a subgroup of G". The trivial subgroup of any group is the subgroup {e} consisting of just the identity element. A proper subgroup of a group...
- In abstract algebra, a normal subgroup (also known as an invariant subgroup or self-conjugate subgroup) is a subgroup that is invariant under conjugation...
- {\displaystyle p} , a Sylow p-subgroup (sometimes p-Sylow subgroup) of a group G {\displaystyle G} is a maximal p {\displaystyle p} -subgroup of G {\displaystyle...
- the term maximal subgroup is used to mean slightly different things in different areas of algebra. In group theory, a maximal subgroup H of a group G is...
- group theory, the ****ing subgroup F of a finite group G, named after Hans ****ing, is the unique largest normal nilpotent subgroup of G. Intuitively, it...
- Serpentine subgroup (part of the kaolinite-serpentine group in the category of phyllosilicates) are greenish, brownish, or spotted minerals commonly found...
- S\subseteq G} fixed under conjugation. The centralizer and normalizer of S are subgroups of G. Many techniques in group theory are based on studying the centralizers...
- Subgroup analysis refers to repeating the analysis of a study within subgroups of subjects defined by a subgrouping variable (e.g. smoking status defining...
- commutator subgroup or derived subgroup of a group is the subgroup generated by all the commutators of the group. The commutator subgroup is important...
- In mathematics, the lattice of subgroups of a group G {\displaystyle G} is the lattice whose elements are the subgroups of G {\displaystyle G} , with the...