# example of Latin squares

It is easily shown that the multiplication table (Cayley-table) of a group has exactly these properties and thus are Latin squares^{}. However the converse is not true, ie. not all Latin squares are multiplication tables for a group (the smallest counter example is a Latin square of order 5).

Title | example of Latin squares |
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Canonical name | ExampleOfLatinSquares |

Date of creation | 2013-03-22 13:06:41 |

Last modified on | 2013-03-22 13:06:41 |

Owner | jgade (861) |

Last modified by | jgade (861) |

Numerical id | 6 |

Author | jgade (861) |

Entry type | Example |

Classification | msc 05B15 |