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Quaternion subgroup

Cayley table of the special linear group SL(2,3)

The elements of F3 are represented by:

  • empty circle: 0
  • green dot: 1
  • red dot: 2          (as 2 = -1 in F3, these are (-1,0,1)-matrices)
Cycle graph of SL(2,3)

The background color tells the order of an element:

  • dark gray: 1
  • light gray: 2
  • blue: 4
  • yellow: 3
  • white: 6

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