Category:Examples of Cayley Tables

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This category contains examples of Cayley Table.

A Cayley table is a technique for describing an algebraic structure (usually a finite group) by putting all the products in a square array:

$\begin {array} {c|cccc} \circ & a & b & c & d \\ \hline a & a & a & b & a \\ b & b & c & a & d \\ c & d & e & f & a \\ d & c & d & a & b \\ \end {array}$

Pages in category "Examples of Cayley Tables"

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