An isomorphism is a bijective homomorphism \(f:G\to H\) of two algebraic structures \((G,\ast)\), \((H,\cdot)\)
\[f(a\ast b)=f(a)\cdot f(b).\]
If an isomorphism exists between \((G,\ast)\), \((H,\cdot),\) we write \(G\simeq H\) and say that \(G\) and \(H\) are isomorphic.
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