# canonical projection

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Given a group $G$ and a normal subgroup $N \lhd G$ there is an epimorphism
$$\pi\co G\to G/N$$
defined by sending an element $g\in G$ to its coset $gN$. The epimorphism $\pi$ is referred to as the \emph{canonical projection}.
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