Ensuring a Finite Group is Supersoluble
A special case of the main result is the following. Let G be a finite, non-supersoluble group in which from arbitrary subsets X, Y of cardinality n we can always find x ∈ X and y ∈ Y generating a supersoluble subgroup. Then the order of G is bounded b
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