# . Suppose G and H are groups, and that ф : G-> H is a homomorphism. Let K denote Ker(O).Prove that if αι A's a2K for solne α 1.126 G, then φ(al)-0(a2).1.2. The fact you proved in part (a) allows us to define a new mapping e: G/K-+ H by(aK)-d(a) forall a KG/K. Prove that ψ is a homomorphism fron G/K to HDefinition: Suppose that G and H are groups and that φ : G → H is a homomorphism. The kernel of φ, denotedby Ker(о), is defined to be the set {g Glo(g)-ell), where e" is the identity of HDefinitions:. Suppose that (G,*) and (1,0) are groups. We say that a function φ : G → H is a hornomorphism if for all

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I need some help on this problem. help_outlineImage Transcriptionclose. Suppose G and H are groups, and that ф : G-> H is a homomorphism. Let K denote Ker(O). Prove that if αι A's a2K for solne α 1.126 G, then φ(al)-0(a2). 1. 2. The fact you proved in part (a) allows us to define a new mapping e: G/K-+ H by (aK)-d(a) for all a K G/K. Prove that ψ is a homomorphism fron G/K to H Definition: Suppose that G and H are groups and that φ : G → H is a homomorphism. The kernel of φ, denoted by Ker(о), is defined to be the set {g Glo(g)-ell), where e" is the identity of H Definitions: . Suppose that (G,*) and (1,0) are groups. We say that a function φ : G → H is a hornomorphism if for all fullscreen
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