[r-t] group theory questions

Matthew Frye matthew at frye.org.uk
Wed Apr 27 00:26:12 UTC 2011

You may have to elaborate on exactly what you mean by an involution, I've heard the term before, but not sure of the precise meaning.

On 27 Apr 2011, at 01:17, Alexander Holroyd wrote:

> I realize the following questions will be of interest only to a very few people, but this list still seems a good venue (I certainly don't want to exclude anyone who might be interested).
> 1. If an abstract finite group can be generated by involutions, can it be realized as a permutation group generated by place notations?
> 2. Can every finite simple group that is generated by involutions be generated by three involutions?
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