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A maximal quotient $M = G/K$ of a group $G$ is a quotient of $G$ with the property that if $H \le K$ is normal in $G$ then either $H=K$ or $H=1$. Equivalently, $K$ is a minimal normal subgroup of $G$.

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• Last edited by David Roe on 2021-06-18 03:57:35
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