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A group $G$ is solvable if there exists a chain of subgroups $\langle e\rangle =H_0\leq H_1 \leq H_2 \leq \cdots \leq H_n=G$ such that for all $i<n$, $H_i$ is a normal subgroup of $H_{i+1}$ (i.e., it is a subnormal series) and each quotient $H_{i+1}/H_i$ is abelian.

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• Last edited by John Jones on 2018-07-07 21:44:18
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