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So I don't really want anyone to do my homework for me, I'm gonna work it out on my own anyway and I'm certainly not asking anyone to write out the proof. Anyway, I've got this question on my abstract algebra homework: Prove that the dihedral group of order 6 does not have a subgroup of order 4. And I don't really get the concept here. What, exactly, is the dihedral group of order 6? I know D4 is the symmetry lines of a square, does that mean D6 is just gonna be all the symmetry lines of a hexagon? And how would I go about proving this, like my gut response is just to say that D4 includes diagonal symmetry that D6 doesn't have but that seems way too simple, would a subgroup of order 4 have to be D4 or could it just be any group or symmetries with 6 elements. Or wait, do I have this completely wrong and D6 is a triangle's symmetries? Sorry to spam with homework, I haven't bought the textbook yet and really just do not get what this question is asking, I'd appreciate if anyone could clarify, I don't get this shit at all.
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