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A new cruise ship line has just launched 3 new ships. The Pacific Paradise, the Caribbean Paradise, & the Mediterranean Paradise. The Caribbean Paradise has 16 more deluxe staterooms than the Pacific Paradise. The Mediterranean Paradise has 40 fewer deluxe staterooms than 4 times the number of deluxe staterooms on the Pacific Paradise. Find the number of deluxe staterooms for each of the ship if the total number of deluxe staterooms for the 3 ships is 836.

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Suppose that {v1.....Vn} is a basis for the vector space V. Given any vector v element of V, we can express v as a linear combination v = X1V1+.....+XnVn. The uniqueness of this expression means that mapping v to the n-tuple of coefficients (X1...Xn) defines a function O: V - R^n. Prove that this function is a bijection.

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The no of crime committed in a city everyday from 1am to 2am has poisson distribution.the probability of no crime during this hour is 0.05.find the average number of crimes committed during this hour?

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Give an example of a pair of finite groups G,G' such that, for some field k, kG ∼= kG' as k-algebras, but G is not isomorphic to G' as groups.

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Let k be a field whose characteristic is prime to the order of a finite group G. Show that the following two statements are equivalent:

(a) each irreducible kG-module has k-dimension 1;

(b) G is abelian, and k is a splitting field for G.

(a) each irreducible kG-module has k-dimension 1;

(b) G is abelian, and k is a splitting field for G.

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Let R = kG where k is any field and G is any group. Let I be the ideal of R generated by ab − ba for all a, b ∈ R. Show that R/I ∼ k[G/G'] as k-algebras, where G' denotes the commutator subgroup of G.

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Let R = kG where k is any field and G is any group. Let I be the ideal of R generated by ab − ba for all a, b ∈ R. Show that I = (sum over a∈G) (a − 1)kG.

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For any field k and for any normal subgroup H of a group G, show that kH ∩ rad kG = rad kH.

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For any field k and for any normal subgroup H of a group G, assume further that [G : H] is finite and prime to char k. Let V be a kG-module and W be a kH-module. Show that V is a semisimple kG-module iff kHV is a semisimple kH-module.

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For any field k and for any normal subgroup H of a group G, assume further that [G : H] is finite and prime to char k. Let V be a kG-module and W be a kH-module. Show that W is a semisimple kH-module iff the induced module kG ⊗kH W is a semisimple kG-module.

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