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In the following analysis...It is said that D_2 contains three subgroups Z_2...why did he choose a mathematical constuction contains only two of the the three subgroups? shouldn't he use the three in his construction? what will happen if he used the three?

[from the book of P.Ramond, Group Theory, p8.]

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# Question on group theory: simplest math construction

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