## Strutures - groups and free objects

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### Strutures - groups and free objects

Hy guys .... I hope that are all fine with you ....

I had this exercises to do, and I'm having problems to solving them, can some of you,help me?

1 - find the subgroup of the group (Z, +, 0) generated by the set {20,25} .

2 - Describe the free object over a given set X on the constant Pos (of partially ordened sets and isotone maps)

The worst and the truth is that I'm not really good on maths, neither is my course, but I should do this for one subject and I don't know how, I already try to search and read some books, but I didn't find nothing similar.

I would appreciate very much if you could help me in some way .

Best Regards.
YoungStudent

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YoungStudent wrote:I had this exercises to do, and I'm having problems to solving them, can some of you,help me?

You say that you are "having problems...solving them", which suggests that you have made some attempts at solutions. Kindly please reply with a clear listing of those efforts. Thank you.

stapel_eliz

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stapel_eliz wrote:
YoungStudent wrote:I had this exercises to do, and I'm having problems to solving them, can some of you,help me?

You say that you are "having problems...solving them", which suggests that you have made some attempts at solutions. Kindly please reply with a clear listing of those efforts. Thank you.

My problems are in found some pratical example to help me solving this. Because I didn't had classes about that, but I should learn it, so I decide to come to a forum to try raise up my knowledge, because about the theory I guess I'm in , the group is an abelian group, right?

I'm little bit confused, cause I can't find some example to give me some orientation.

Can you give some link for explanations, or aticles about this area?

Best Regards.
YoungStudent

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It sounds as though you are requesting a few graduate-school courses in a forum posting. Unfortunately, that isn't possible. Sorry.

stapel_eliz

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