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I am working on this same problem and am lost.
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How about right now? :)
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deMoivres&Fields
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Part A2 is missing from your response.
2. Prove that g is isomorphic to Z_5 under addition by doing the following:
State each step of the proof.
Justify each of your steps of the proof.
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I'm sorry about that.
Here is the original file with the missing section replaced.
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Thanks for all your help.
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