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let G be a group and let g be one fixed element of G. Show that the map i_{g}, such that i_{g}(x) = gxg' for x in G, is an isomorphism of G with itself.

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3. The attempt at a solution

not even really understanding the question. can someone break it down for me, and explain what the question is asking? am i trying to find a function, or rather show that i(x) preserves the structure?

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# Homework Help: Show isomorphism for element g in group G

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