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I was just wondering if you have an element of a G-set which has an orbit of only itself,

Say Orbit(e) = {e}, in the set of permutations where G is the same order group of permutations and the operation is conjugation.

This is an Orbit of size 1 correct?

I was just wondering if these size Orbits are often ignored?

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# General question about orbits (group theory)

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