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19. Such sets do not exist in general for infinite groups, a fact that makes the proof for the infinite case substantially more difficult As a substitute for an irredundant generating set, one needs a large subset of a group which is free of the relation x-1y = y-1z. [Ba 78c]. Let us call a subset H of a group G good, if for any x,y,zeH, the relation x-1y = y-1z implies x=z. 3. Given a cardinal K, does there exist a group of power K without good subsets of the same cardinality? Let us call such groups strange.
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