Algebra of Formations
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In the previous two chapters the properties and structures of various formations of finite groups were discussed. Now in this chapter we study classes of formations and classes of varieties of groups. We shall see later that every nontrivial variety of groups contains infinite groups of any cardinality. A formation which consists of finite groups is called a finite formation. We see by the definition that all local formations are finite.
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