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Lets S1 and S2 be two algebric structure :
S1 : {0,1,2,3,4,….,m1},+m1
S2 : {0,1,2,3,4,….,m2},+m1
+m is the addition modulo m. Which of the following are Groups ?
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I get it for S2, but little confused why S1 IS WRONG ?
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consider S1={0,1,2,3} on addition mudulo 3
then you can check that identity element does not exist
0 (addition mpdulo 3) 3 is 0 here...not 3
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