## Determine the Number of Elements of Order 3 in a Non-Cyclic Group of Order 57

## Problem 628

Let $G$ be a group of order $57$. Assume that $G$ is not a cyclic group.

Then determine the number of elements in $G$ of order $3$.

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Sylow’s Theorem Problems and Solutions.

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Then determine the number of elements in $G$ of order $3$.

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(a) $|G|=100$.

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