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MTH633  Group Theory MCQs 
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Post Title  MTH633 Midterm MCQs 
Book Code  MTH633 
Degree  BSIT/BSCS/Other 
University  Virtual Univerity of Pakistan 
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MTH633 Midterm Solved MCQs
Let H be a subgroup of G and a in G f (H = aHa)1 then. (MTH633)
aH=H
aH=Ha
aH=G
Ha=H
If G is a finite group and H is a subgroup of G then [H] divides [G]. (MTH633)
Inversion theorem
Lagrange theorem
Sylow theorem
Cayley theorem
Let : GH be a homomorphism then (a1) = (a)1 for a E G. (MTH633)
True
False
Suppose H and K are finite subgroups of finite group G such that K<H<G and (G,H) and (H,K) is finite [G,K] is equal to. (MTH633)
(H:K)(G:H)
(G:K)x(H:K)
(G:H)(H:K)
(G:H)(H:K)
The group O is a copy of the group H2 if the function f : GH is ………….(MTH633)
Homomorphic
Onto
Isomorphic
Objective
Which statement is true? (MTH633)
If G is a finite group and H is a subgroup of G then [G] divides [H]
If G is a finite group and H is a subgroup of G then [H] divides [G]
If G is a finite group and H is a subgroup of G then [G] divides [H]
If G is a finite group and H is a subgroup of G then [H] multiples [G]
Let H be a subgroup of G and a,b in o. If a belongs to bH then. (MTH633)
\[(\rm[aH = bH])\]
\[(\rm[bH = H])\]
\[(\rm[H=aH])\[(RM[a])^[1])\]
\[(\rm[aH = H])\]
If G is a finite group and H is a subgroup of G then [H] divides [G]. (MTH633)
Inversion theorem
Lagrange theorem
Sylow theorem
Cayley theorem
The group O is a copy of the group H2 if the function f : GH is ………….(MTH633)
Homomorphic
Onto
Isomorphic
Bijective
Let :G  H be an isomorphism then if AG is abelian then H is not abelian. (MTH633)
True
False
Let G be a group then a bijective homomorphism group is. (MTH633)
Injective group
Automorphic group
Bijective group
Isomorphic group
If G is finite then indices of H in G are finite and (G,H) is equal to. (MTH633)
[G]x[G]
[H]\[G]
[G]x[H]
[G]/[H]
Let SE
SE
Z2
Be a symmetric group on n elements let function f form to be homomorphism then f is 0 if it is  permutation 2f is 1 if it is  permutation. (MTH633)
Add, even
Even, even
Even, add
Add, add
Let H be a subgroup of G and a,b,in G. if a belongs to H then. (MTH633)
Ha = H
bH = Hb
aH = H
bH = H
Let G be a group then a bijective homomorphism group is. (MTH633)
Bijective group
Isomorphic group
Injective group
Automorphic group
The converse of Lagrange's theorem holds for abelian groups. (MTH633)
True
False
Which statement is true? (MTH633)
If G is a finite group and H is a subgroup of G then [G] divides [H]
If G is a finite group and H is a subgroup of G then [H] divides [G]
If G is a finite group and H is a subgroup of G then [G] divides [H]
If G is a finite group and H is a subgroup of G then [H] multiples [G]
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