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A cyclic group is always _________
a) abelian group
b) monoid
c) semigroup
d) subgroup

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Sashadhar Dutta

Answer: a
Explanation: A cyclic group is always an abelian group but every abelian group is not a cyclic group. For instance, the rational numbers under addition is an abelian group but is not a cyclic one.