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On (2, 3, t)-Generations for the Rudvalis Group Ru

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A group G is said to be(2,3,t) -generated if it can be generated by an involution x and an element y so that 0(y)=3 and 0(xy)=t. In the present article, we determine all (2,3,t)-generations for the Rudvalis sporadic simple group Ru, where t is any divisor of .

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F. Ali, "On (2, 3, t)-Generations for the Rudvalis Group Ru," Applied Mathematics, Vol. 4 No. 9, 2013, pp. 1290-1295. doi: 10.4236/am.2013.49174.

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