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By Leonid Kurdachenko, Javier Otal, Igor Ya Subbotin

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If char F = 0 or char F ∈ Π(G), then A is a semisimple F G-module. Given a group G and a ring R, the R-homomorphism ω : RG −→ R given by xg g)ω = ( g∈G xg , g∈G where all but finitely many xg are zero (i. e. both sums are finite), is called the unit augmentation of RG or simply the augmentation of RG. We denote the kernel of ω by ωRG. It is a two-sided ideal called the augmentation ideal of RG. This ideal is generated by the elements {g − 1 | 1 = g ∈ G}. 16. Let A be an F G-module, where G is a finite group and F is a field.

In other words, (G/[g, D])/CG/[g,D] (H/[g, D]) is finite. 4, T /[g, D] is finite, and then T is Chernikov. Chapter 3. 14. Let G be a CC-group. If ζ(G) = 1 , then G is periodic. Proof. Since ζ(G) = 1 , CG ( g G )= 1 . g∈G Moreover, every factor-group G/CG ( g G ) is Chernikov since G is a CC-group. Then, if S ⊂ G a finite subset of non-identity elements of G, there is a normal subgroup U of G such that S ∩ U = ∅, and G/U is a Chernikov group. Let 1 = x ∈ G, and put X = x G . 13, either X is Chernikov or X has a G-invariant Chernikov subgroup Y such that X/Y = xY .

Let F be an arbitrary field, and let G be the free group freely generated by a countably infinite subset X. Then there exists a uniserial module A over the group ring F G of length Ω, where Ω denotes the first uncountable ordinal. Proof. Suppose that X = {xn | n ∈ N}, and let A be a vector space over F with basis {aα | α < Ω}. For each 0 < α < Ω, the set of ordinals β < α is countable, and so we may choose a bijective mapping fα from N onto that set. For each n ∈ N, we define a linear transformation ξn of A by aα ξn = aα + afα (n) if 0 < α < Ω, and a0 ξn = a0 .

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