Converse of lagrange's theorem (CLT) numbers under 1000

Document Type : Research Paper


University of Oregon


A positive integer $n$ is called a CLT number if every group of order $n$ satisfies the converse of Lagrange's Theorem‎. ‎In this note‎, ‎we find all CLT and supersolvable numbers up to $1000$‎. ‎We also formulate some questions about the distribution of these numbers‎.


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