If an group G is isomorphic to a group G(prime) then they are only equal or approximately equal. If this can continue on, i.e. G(prime) is isomorphic to a group W... then we are not sure if G is the origional group. Is it possible to find a group that is an origional isomorphism? Does this question even make sense to ask? thanks.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

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