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Allow S be a finite non-trivial 2-group. it truly is proven that there exists a nontrivial attribute subgroup W(S) in S satisfying:W(S) is basic in H for each finite Σ4-free teams H withSεSyl2(H) andC H(O2(H))≤O2(H).

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