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The example I'm looking at is for the subset {1, -1, i, -i} of complex numbers which is a group under complex multiplication. How do I express it as an external direct product of cyclic groups?

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The example I'm looking at is for the subset {1, -1, i, -i} of complex numbers which is a group under complex multiplication. How do I express it as an external direct product of cyclic groups?

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The group you posted IS cyclic.

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It's a product with one factor.

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