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 A282530 Number of finite FRUTE loops of order n up to isomorphism. 0
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 OFFSET 1,8 COMMENTS For a groupoid Q and x in Q, define the right (left) translation map R_x: Q->Q by yR_x=yx (L_x: Q->Q by yL_x=xy). A loop is a groupoid Q with neutral element 1 in which all translations are bijections in Q. A loop Q is called a FRUTE loop if it satisfies the identity (x.xy)z=(y.xz)x for all x, y, z in Q. The smallest associative non-commutative finite FRUTE loop is of order 8, the quaternion group having 8 elements. LINKS T. G. Jaiyeola, A. A. Adeniregun and  M. A. Asiru, Finite FRUTE loops, Journal of Algebra and its Applications, 16:2(2017), 10 pages. EXAMPLE a(8)=2 since there are 2 FRUTE loops of order 8, one of which is the quaternion group of order 8 and a(16)=6 since there are 6 FRUTE loops of order 16. CROSSREFS Cf. A090750, A281319, A281462, A281554 Sequence in context: A338210 A122698 A002483 * A060478 A088806 A280618 Adjacent sequences:  A282527 A282528 A282529 * A282531 A282532 A282533 KEYWORD nonn,more AUTHOR Muniru A Asiru, Feb 17 2017 STATUS approved

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