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Chapter 5
5.3. The twenty-six sporadic groups
5.3a.
5.3b.
5.3c.
5.3d.
5.3e.
5.3f.
5.3g.
5.3h.
5.3i.
5.3j.
5.3k.
5.31.
5.3m.
5.3n.
5.3o.
5.3p.
5.3q.
5.3r.
5.3s.
5.3t.
5.3u.
5.3v.
5.3w.
5.3x.
5.3y.
5.3z.
The group M n
The group M\2
The group M22
The group M23
The group M24
The group J\
The group J2 = H J
The group J3 = H JM
The group J4
The group C03 = -3
The group Co2 = -2
The group Co\ -1
The group HS
The group Mc
The group Suz
The group He = HHM = F7
The group Ly LyS
The group Ru
The group O'N = 0'S
The group Fi22 = M(22)
The group Fi2s = M(23)
The group Fif24 = M(24);
The group F5 = HN
The group F3 = Th
The group F2 = BM = B
The group F1 = M
.6.1. The p-ranks of the sporadic groups
.6.2. The 2-local p-ranks of the sporadic groups
262
262
263
264
265
266
267
268
269
270
271
272
273
274
275
276
277
278
279
280
281
282
283
284
285
286
287
303
309
Chapter 6
6.1.2. Canonical parts MC(K) of Schur multipliers, K £ Ghev, K simple 312
6.1.3. Elementary divisors Me of the exceptional parts Me(K) of Schur
multipliers, K e X, K simple 313
6.2.2. Some embeddings of quasisimple %-groups 315
6.3.1. Action of Out (if) on Me(K) 318
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