Talk:Finitely generated abelian group
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Does anyone know who was the first to prove the classification theorem for F.G.A.G ?
I am working on a problem to List all finite abelian groups of 100 elements, and have not found a very good example of how to work to obtaining such an answer. Would love a lower level of explanation. —Preceding unsigned comment added by 184.108.40.206 (talk) 19:50, 20 October 2010 (UTC)
- This is not the right place to ask such a question. Talk pages are to be used to discuss improvements to the article in question. For questions like yours, please see Wikipedia:Reference_desk/Mathematics. RobHar (talk) 03:19, 7 February 2011 (UTC)
Rename to Finitely generated abelian group?
Surely the hyphen in the title is not appropriate? The word finitely is unambiguously an adverb, and is thus grammatically tied to the verb already. A hyphen would only be appropriate if some looser binding was grammatically possible. I see that there has been a back-and-forth renaming on this before, but I don't see any motivation or discussion. — Quondum☏ 10:16, 2 September 2012 (UTC)
- I see that WP:HYPHEN unambiguously supports my position (A hyphen is not used after a standard -ly adverb), and that the perpetrator was recently rapped on the knuckles for a related issue. Would anyone volunteer to do the move (there's a sequence, I'm not familiar with it and will probably bungle it)? — Quondum☏ 10:56, 2 September 2012 (UTC)