Residual property (mathematics)
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Formally, a group G is residually X if for every non-trivial element g there is a homomorphism h from G to a group with property X such that .
Important examples include:
- Marshall Hall Jr (1959). The theory of groups. New York: Macmillan. p. 16.
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