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what is the order of k-cycle (a(1),a(2),...,a(k))

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According to the theorem of the order of a permutation: the order of a permutation set written in disjoint cycle form is the least common multiple of the lengths of the cycles.(Ruffini-1799)

in this case , the length of the k-cycle is k, for all the common multiples of a(1), a(2) ... and a(k) would be k. So the order of cycle k is k right?

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# The order of a permutation cycle

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