On solvability of finite groups with some ss-supplemented subgroups
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A subgroup H of a finite group G is said to be ss-supplemented in G if there exists a subgroup K of G such that G = HK and H ∩ K is s-permutable in K. In this paper, we first give an example to show that the conjecture in A.A. Heliel’s paper (2014) has negative solutions. Next, we prove that a finite group G is solvable if every subgroup of odd prime order of G is ss-supplemented in G, and that G is solvable if and only if every Sylow subgroup of odd order of G is ss-supplemented in G. These results improve and extend recent and classical results in the literature.
Keywordsss-supplemented subgroup solvable group supersolvable group
MSC 201020D10 20D20
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