### Some articles on *finite simple groups, finite, groups, group, simple, finite simple group, simple groups*:

**Finite Simple Groups**

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**Finite**groups of Lie type were among the first

**groups**to be considered in mathematics, after cyclic, symmetric and alternating

**groups**, with the projective special linear ... The systematic exploration of

**finite**groups of Lie type started with Camille Jordan's theorem that the projective special linear

**group**PSL(2, q) is

**simple**for q ≠ 2, 3 ... This theorem generalizes to projective

**groups**of higher dimensions and gives an important infinite family PSL(n, q) of

**finite simple groups**...

**Finite Simple Groups**

... In mathematics, the classification of

**finite simple groups**states that every

**finite simple group**is cyclic, or alternating, or in one of 16 families of

**groups**of ... The list below gives all

**finite simple groups**, together with their order, the size of the Schur multiplier, the size of the outer automorphism

**group**, usually some small representations, and ... In removing duplicates it is useful to note that

**finite simple groups**are determined by their orders, except that the

**group**Bn(q) has the same order as Cn(q) for q odd, n > 2 and ...

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**simple**past or past

**simple**, sometimes called the preterite, is the basic form of the past tense in Modern English ... The term "

**simple**" is used to distinguish the syntactical construction whose basic form uses the plain past tense alone, from other past tense ... Regular verbs form the

**simple**past in -ed however there are a few hundred irregular verbs with different forms ...

**Finite Simple Groups**- History of The Proof - Timeline of The Proof

... date 1832 Galois introduces normal subgroups and finds the

**simple groups**An (n ≥ 5) and PSL2(Fp) (p ≥ 5) 1854 Cayley defines abstract

**groups**1861 Mathieu describes the first two Mathieu

**groups**M11, M12, the. 1870 Jordan lists some

**simple groups**the alternating and projective special linear ones, and emphasizes the importance of the

**simple groups**. 1873 Mathieu introduces three more Mathieu

**groups**M22, M23, M24 ...

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