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Let Q be the group of rational numbers under addition

and let $Q^∗$ be the group of

nonzero rational numbers under multiplication.

In $Q$, list the elements in $\langle\frac{1}{2} \rangle$,

In ${Q^∗}$ list elements in $\langle\frac{1}{2}\rangle $

ok just had time to post and clueless

Let Q be the group of rational numbers under addition

and let $Q^∗$ be the group of

nonzero rational numbers under multiplication.

In $Q$, list the elements in $\langle\frac{1}{2} \rangle$,

In ${Q^∗}$ list elements in $\langle\frac{1}{2}\rangle $

ok just had time to post and clueless

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