conjugate elements

conjugate elements

[′kän·jə·gət ′el·ə·mənts]
(mathematics)
Two elements a and b in a group G for which there is an element x in G such that ax = xb.
Two elements of a determinant that are interchanged if the rows and columns of the determinant are interchanged.
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A glance at the graph, they say, will reveal the number of elements that are self-inversed and other properties such as the number and types of subgroups, and conjugate elements. They also include graphs for algebraic structures like commutative semigroups, loops, communicative groupoids, and commutative rings.