Classes of Finite Groups (Mathematics and Its Applications) by Adolfo Ballester-Bolinches
By Adolfo Ballester-Bolinches
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Since A does not split over D, the group G has the required properties. Let G be a group which is an induced extension of a normal subgroup M = S1 × · · · × Sn . We have presented above a complete description of those supplements of M in G whose intersection with M is a direct product of the projections in each component H ∩M = (H ∩S1 )×· · ·×(H ∩Sn ). But nothing 22 1 Maximal subgroups and chief factors is said about those supplements H whose projections πi : H ∩ M −→ Si are surjective. Subgroups D of a direct product M such that all projections πi : D −→ Si are surjective are fully described by M.
Obviously one can wonder about the existence of primitive groups of type 2 with small maximal subgroups. P. F¨ orster, in [F¨ or84a], gives suﬃcient conditions for U , V , and S to obtain a primitive group with small maximal subgroups. 50 ([F¨ or84a]). Let U be a group with a non-abelian simple non-normal subgroup S such that whenever A is a non-trivial subgroup of U such that S ≤ NU (A), then S ≤ A. Write V = NU (S) and ϕ : V −→ Aut(S) for the obvious group homomorphism induced by the conjugation.
Conversely, if R is conjugate to a subgroup of H, then, since G = RM , we have that Rm ≤ H, for some m ∈ M . Then (R ∩ N )m = Rm ∩ N ≤ H ∩ N ≤ L. 2b. If G = RM and L is conjugate to (R ∩ N )K in N , there is an element m = (R ∩ N )m K = (Rm ∩ N )K. If m ∈ M such that L = (R ∩ N )K R ∩ M = (R ∩ S1 ) × · · · × (R ∩ Sn ), by 1b, we deduce that H0 = Rm is conjugate to H. The rest of 2b follows easily. 3. The bijection follows easily from 1 and 2. 3a. 1 Primitive groups 21 class of L in N under the bijection.