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PermutationMax

PermutationMax[perm]
returns the largest integer moved by the permutation perm.
  • The largest integer moved by a permutation is sometimes called its degree. Another common definition of permutation degree is the number of integers moved.
Largest point moved by a permutation:
Largest point moved in a permutation list:
Largest point moved by a permutation:
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Largest point moved in a permutation list:
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Largest integer of the support of a permutation in cyclic form:
Maximum of the support of the identity:
Largest integer of the support of a permutation list:
Maximum of the support of the identity permutation list:
Largest integer moved by the elements of a permutation group:
Largest integer moved by the default permutation representation of a named abstract group:
On Cycles objects, PermutationMax is equivalent to applying Max:
On both Cycles objects and permutation lists, PermutationMax is equivalent to applying Max on the permutation support:
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