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On the one hand for any g1 ; : : : ; gp 1 in G we have a unique gp in G such that (g1 ; : : : ; gp) 2 T ; namely gp = (g1 :::gp 1) 1 . , jT j = jGjp 1. Since p divides jGj; we see p divides jT j. On the other hand (g; ::; g) 2 T i gp = e , i g 2 S . Thus, letting T 0 = f(g1 ; : : : ; gp ) 2 T : at least two gi are distinctg, we see jT j = jS j + jT 0j. We shall prove p divides jT 0j, which then implies p divides jT j jT 0j = jS j, as desired. To prove p divides jT 0j it su ces to partition T 0 into disjoint subsets each having p elements.

Note that m is not well-de ned, since (12) = (12)(12)(12): However, we shall see now that m is well-de ned (mod 2): Thus we can de ne the sign of , denoted sg( ), to be ( 1)m; is called even (resp. odd) according to whether m is even (resp. , whether sg = +1 (resp. = 1): Theorem 21. There is a (well-de ned) homomorphism Sn ! (f 1g; ), given by 7! sg( ). Proof. First de ne Y i j: ( )= i j 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 i>j We claim ( ) = ( ) ( ) for all permutations ; : Indeed, ( )= Y i>j i j =Y i j i>j jY i j = ( ) ( ) j i>j i j i i (since merely permutes the indices, and ii j j = jj i i ).

Proof. We show the contrapositive. Assume g0 2 Hg1 \ Hg2; then Hg0 Hg1 \ Hg2; so by Lemma 9, Hg1 = Hg0 = Hg2, as desired. Theorem 11 (Lagrange's theorem). If H is a subgroup of a nite group G; then jH j divides jGj; in fact jjHGjj is the number of cosets of H in G. Proof. We have just seen that G is a disjoint union of its cosets, each of which has the same number of elements as H . Motivated by this proof, we de ne the index of a subgroup H in G, written G : H ], to be the number of (right) cosets of H in G.