By John S. Rose
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By the first hypothesis, P ( t , , _ _ t_r l,l )is the sum of polynomials o f thc form 'V, Iz(ti, t i , t,)N,. , C m )is the s ~ i mo f polynomials of the form P I h(Ci, Ci, C, )P,, each of which is in /I,(/ by the third hypothesis and the assumption concerning the degree o f the commutators C j. We can now prove the following lemma. which, combined with Lemnla 7 PI-ovecTheorem 1 ' . S. , A non-solvable group of exponent 5 51 Lemma 3. Hn = H: Proof. 1) o f H n lies in H.! In view of Proposition 3, we may restrict attention to generators of the form G = M,h(C', C", C"').
Adjan, Burnside groups of odd exponent 35 normalized occurrences of admissible elementary words of rank a in defining a cascade of rank a of a real o r really active occurrence of rank a . A normalized occurrence of an elementary word of rank a which is not admissible is not really active, n o matter how many segments it may contain. Hence, the conditions concerning the number of segments that are stated in the definition of the sets of words N,, I I a and M a apply only t o occurrences of admissible elementary words of rank a .
Hignian [ 5 ] and Kostrikin [ 6 ] . For the sake of completeness we mention the following strengthening of a result of Higgins and Heineken (see Bruck [ 23 o r ~:aclimutli,Mochizuki and Walkup [ 1 1 ). A proof can be found in [91. Theorem 3. ,30s = 0 implies x = 0 ) . Y,, s 2 ,_... Let L' be the Lie ring embedded in R' generated 61,x l , . y 2 , . and let I ' be the ideal of R' generated b y tlic cwhcc. s3,Y E L'. Then R'II' is nilpotent of index at most 9. 2. Preliminaries In this section we introduce some useful elementary concepts, and in Lemma 1 below we apply the familiar process of lineariza- S.
A Course on Group Theory by John S. Rose