Basically, I have to show an example such that for a nonabelian group G, with a,b elements of G, (a has order n, and b has order m), it is not necessarily the case that (ab)^mn= e. where e is the identity element.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

im not sure where to start. =\

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# Homework Help: Counterexample involving an abelian group

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