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P/~ commutes (~ d e n o t i n g the c a n o n i c a l If g : P ÷ P is a n o t h e r map, surjection). we have f o g = ~ 0 g and map 60 = ip/~. We will so is ~ a n d ~ I = ~-I write ~(~I,~2,k) mappings (2330) If f is b i j e c t i v e , = T(~1,~2,k) obtained in this Theorem: Proof: By : R ÷ R and that A < B implies immediately Finally we are to T is a s u b g r o u p from lift set of t r a n s p o r t of A u t ( R , < ) . TA ~ ~B for all follows by T the way. T is a s u b g r o u p (2329), denote of Bij(R).

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