How to prove that a group of order prime number is cyclic without using isomorphism/coset?(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

Can i prove it using basic knowledge about group/subgroup/cyclic(basic)?

I just learnt basic and have not yet learnt morphism/coset/index.

Can you guys kindly give me some hints or just answer yes/no? No solution for this question please and i am not posting HW.

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# How to prove that a group of order prime number is cyclic without using isomorphism?

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