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A monoid is called a group if _______
a) (a*a)=a=(a+c)
b) (a*c)=(a+c)
c) (a+c)=a
d) (a*c)=(c*a)=e

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Answer: d
Explanation: A monoid(B,*) is called Group if to each element there exists an element c such that (a*c)=(c*a)=e. Here e is called an identity element and c is defined as the inverse of the corresponding element.