# 2-Generator golod p-groups by Timofeenko A.V.

By Timofeenko A.V.

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Prop. , det d2F(X,O) is a unit, and so d2F(X,0) is aa -27- invertlble matrix. /BX. = 0 for ~11 i,j. l O this implies f = O. , e~ = 8 o ~. g induction. , that g(X) is a homomorphism of formal groups. Now g(F(P)(xP,YP)) = gCFCX,Y) p) = fCFCX,Y)) = GCf(x),fCY)) = where F (p) is obtained from F by raising each coefficient to its pth p~er. }~ have then g(F(P)(x,Y)) = G(g(X),g(Y)). Since F(P)(x,Y) is a formal group (the map which sends each element of R into its pth p~er is an endomorphism of R), g is indeed a homomorphism of formal g%'OUpS.

E~ = 8 o ~. g induction. , that g(X) is a homomorphism of formal groups. Now g(F(P)(xP,YP)) = gCFCX,Y) p) = fCFCX,Y)) = GCf(x),fCY)) = where F (p) is obtained from F by raising each coefficient to its pth p~er. }~ have then g(F(P)(x,Y)) = G(g(X),g(Y)). Since F(P)(x,Y) is a formal group (the map which sends each element of R into its pth p~er is an endomorphism of R), g is indeed a homomorphism of formal g%'OUpS. If 8 = r o =(h), and D(~) # O, then h = ht(8) is called the height of 8 9 l~e define ht(O) = = .

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