By Leonid Kurdachenko, Javier Otal, Igor Ya Subbotin

ISBN-10: 376437764X

ISBN-13: 9783764377649

ISBN-10: 3764377658

ISBN-13: 9783764377656

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Therefore the union of any ascending chain of proper submodules of E cannot reach E itself. By Zorn’s Lemma, E has a maximal proper R-submodule V . In particular, E/V is a simple R-module. By (3), there is a submodule U such that A = V ⊕ U . Since V ≤ E, the modular law gives that E = V ⊕ (E ∩ U ). Since E/V ∼ = E ∩ U , E ∩ U is a simple R-submodule. In particular, S =SocR (A) = 0 . If S = A, then A = S ⊕ W for some R-submodule W . Again we choose an element 0 = w ∈ W , and consider the submodule wR.

I. Zaitsev [294] and only makes use of standard properties of divisible abelian groups. 11. Let G be a ﬁnite group and suppose that A is a ZG-module, and B is a ZG-submodule of A. If the underlying additive groups of A and B are divisible, then there exists a ZG-submodule E such that A = B + E and n(B ∩ E) = 0 , where n = |G|. In particular, if B is Z-torsion-free, then A = B ⊕ E. 12. Let G be a ﬁnite group. Suppose that A is a ZG-module and B is a ZG-submodule of A. If the underlying additive group of A is ﬁnitely generated, then there exists a ZG-submodule E such that B ∩ E and A/(B ∩ E) are ﬁnite.

Our next goal is to obtain some elementary properties of the class of XCgroups, when X is a formation of groups, which is a slight extension of the class F of ﬁnite groups. 5. Let G be a group, and suppose that G/C is an abelian Chernikov group, where C = ζ(G). Assume that H is a subgroup of G such that H ≥ C, H/C = h1 C · · · hn C and |hj C| = psj , where p is a prime and sj ∈ N for 1 ≤ j ≤ n. Then [G, H] is a ﬁnite p-subgroup of C, and rp ([G, H]) ≤ nrp (G/C). Proof. If 1 ≤ j ≤ n, we consider the mapping φj : G −→ C given by gφj = [g, hj ], g ∈ G.

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