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I'm working through my book and I'm having a lot of trouble coming to terms / believing this. Could anyone assist?

LetFbe a free group andNbe the subgroup generated by the set {x^n : x is inFand n is fixed} thenNis normal inF.

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# A particular subgroup of a Free Group is normal

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