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For example, given x^5=y^4=e, xy=f(c^2) how do I find (12345) and (1243), the permutations corresponding to x and y? BTW, the example is the Frobenious group of order 20, but I'm asking about a general method.

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For example, given x^5=y^4=e, xy=f(c^2) how do I find (12345) and (1243), the permutations corresponding to x and y? BTW, the example is the Frobenious group of order 20, but I'm asking about a general method.

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