conjugate subgroups

conjugate subgroups

[′kän·jə·gət ′səb‚grüps]
(mathematics)
Two subgroups A and B of a group G for which there exists an element x in G such that B consists of the elements of the form xax -1, where a is in A.
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Conjugate subgroups are always positioned next to each other.