# Answer to Question #18088 in Abstract Algebra for Hym@n B@ss

Question #18088

Let A be a normal elementary p-subgroup of a finite group G such that the index of the centralizer CG(A) is prime to p. Show that for any normal subgroup B of G lying in A, there exists another normal subgroup C of G lying in A such that A = B × C.

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