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We investigate the question of how many subgroups of a finite group are not in its Chermak–Delgado lattice. The Chermak–Delgado lattice for a finite group is a self-dual lattice of subgroups with many intriguing properties. Fasolă and Tărnăuceanu (Bull Aust Math Soc 107(3):451–455, 2023) asked...
In this paper, the normality of a family of meromorphic functions is deduced from the normality of a given family. Precisely, we have proved: Let...
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