Inverse-cycles in weak-inverse loops
Abstract: In a loop let J be the map taking every element into its right inverse. If the order of J is n, then is called an inverse-cycle of length n. If a weak-inverse loop consists only of the unit element and m inverse-cycles of length n, then n divides 2m.
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