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_{8} = ''A''_{3}(2) and ''A''_{2}(4) both have order 20160, and that the group ''B_{n}''(''q'') has the same order as ''C_{n}''(''q'') for ''q'' odd, ''n'' > 2. The smallest of the latter pairs of groups are ''B''_{3}(3) and ''C''_{3}(3) which both have order 4585351680.)
There is an unfortunate conflict between the notations for the alternating groups A_{''n''} and the groups of Lie type ''A_{n}''(''q''). Some authors use various different fonts for A_{''n''} to distinguish them. In particular,
in this article we make the distinction by setting the alternating groups A_{''n''} in Roman font and the Lie-type groups ''A_{n}''(''q'') in italic.
In what follows, ''n'' is a positive integer, and ''q'' is a positive power of a prime number ''p'', with the restrictions noted. The notation (''a'',''b'') represents the greatest common divisor of the integers ''a'' and ''b''.

_{''p''}
Simplicity: Simple for ''p'' a prime number.
Order: ''p''
Schur multiplier: Trivial.
Outer automorphism group: Cyclic of order ''p'' − 1.
Other names: Z/''p''Z, C_{''p''}
Remarks: These are the only simple groups that are not

_{''n''}, ''n'' > 4
Simplicity: Solvable for ''n'' < 5, otherwise simple.
Order: ''n''!/2 when ''n'' > 1.
Schur multiplier: 2 for ''n'' = 5 or ''n'' > 7, 6 for ''n'' = 6 or 7; see ''_{''n''}.
Isomorphisms: A_{1} and A_{2} are trivial. A_{3} is cyclic of order 3. A_{4} is isomorphic to ''A''_{1}(3) (solvable). A_{5} is isomorphic to ''A''_{1}(4) and to ''A''_{1}(5). A_{6} is isomorphic to ''A''_{1}(9) and to the derived group ''B''_{2}(2)′. A_{8} is isomorphic to ''A''_{3}(2).
Remarks: An

_{n}''(''q''), ''B_{n}''(''q'') ''n'' > 1, ''C_{n}''(''q'') ''n'' > 2, ''D_{n}''(''q'') ''n'' > 3

_{6}(''q''), ''E''_{7}(''q''), ''E''_{8}(''q''), ''F''_{4}(''q''), ''G''_{2}(''q'')

^{2}''B''_{2}(2^{2''n''+1})
Simplicity: Simple for ''n'' ≥ 1. The group
^{2}''B''_{2}(2) is solvable.
Order:
''q''^{2}
(''q''^{2} + 1)
(''q'' − 1),
where
''q'' = 2^{2''n''+1}.
Schur multiplier: Trivial for ''n'' ≠ 1, elementary abelian of order 4
for ^{2}''B''_{2}(8).
Outer automorphism group:
: 1⋅''f''⋅1,
where ''f'' = 2''n'' + 1.
Other names: Suz(2^{2''n''+1}), Sz(2^{2''n''+1}).
Isomorphisms: ^{2}''B''_{2}(2) is the Frobenius group of order 20.
Remarks: Suzuki group are ^{2''n''+1})^{2} + 1, and have 4-dimensional representations over the field with 2^{2''n''+1} elements. They are the only non-cyclic simple groups whose order is not divisible by 3. They are not related to the sporadic Suzuki group.

^{2}''F''_{4}(2^{2''n''+1})
Simplicity: Simple for ''n'' ≥ 1. The derived group ^{2}''F''_{4}(2)′ is simple of index 2
in ^{2}''F''_{4}(2), and is called the ^{12}
(''q''^{6} + 1)
(''q''^{4} − 1)
(''q''^{3} + 1)
(''q'' − 1),
where
''q'' = 2^{2''n''+1}.
The Tits group has order 17971200 = 2^{11} ⋅ 3^{3} ⋅ 5^{2} ⋅ 13.
Schur multiplier: Trivial for ''n'' ≥ 1 and for the Tits group.
Outer automorphism group:
: 1⋅''f''⋅1,
where ''f'' = 2''n'' + 1. Order 2 for the Tits group.
Remarks: Unlike the other simple groups of Lie type, the Tits group does not have a

^{2}''G''_{2}(3^{2''n''+1})
Simplicity: Simple for ''n'' ≥ 1. The group ^{2}''G''_{2}(3) is not simple, but its derived group ''^{2}G_{2}''(3)′ is a simple subgroup of index 3.
Order:
''q''^{3}
(''q''^{3} + 1)
(''q'' − 1),
where
''q'' = 3^{2''n''+1}
Schur multiplier: Trivial for ''n'' ≥ 1 and for ^{2}''G''_{2}(3)′.
Outer automorphism group:
: 1⋅''f''⋅1,
where ''f'' = 2''n'' + 1.
Other names: Ree(3^{2''n''+1}), R(3^{2''n''+1}), E_{2}^{∗}(3^{2''n''+1}) .
Isomorphisms: The derived group ^{2}''G''_{2}(3)′ is isomorphic to ''A''_{1}(8).
Remarks: ^{2}''G''_{2}(3^{2''n''+1}) has a doubly transitive permutation representation on 3^{3(2''n''+1)} + 1 points and acts on a 7-dimensional vector space over the field with 3^{2''n''+1} elements.

_{11}, M_{12}, M_{22}, M_{23}, M_{24}

_{1}, J_{2}, J_{3}, J_{4}

_{1}, Co_{2}, Co_{3}

_{22}, Fi_{23}, Fi_{24}′

^{9} ⋅ 3^{2} ⋅ 5^{3} ⋅ 7 ⋅ 11 = 44352000
Schur multiplier: Order 2.
Outer automorphism group: Order 2.
Remarks: It acts as a rank 3 permutation group on the Higman Sims graph with 100 points, and is contained in Co_{2} and in Co_{3}.

^{7} ⋅ 3^{6} ⋅ 5^{3} ⋅ 7 ⋅ 11 = 898128000
Schur multiplier: Order 3.
Outer automorphism group: Order 2.
Remarks: Acts as a rank 3 permutation group on the McLaughlin graph with 275 points, and is contained in Co_{2} and in Co_{3}.

^{10} ⋅ 3^{3} ⋅ 5^{2} ⋅ 7^{3} ⋅ 17 = 4030387200
Schur multiplier: Trivial.
Outer automorphism group: Order 2.
Other names: Held–Higman–McKay group, HHM, ''F''_{7}, HTH
Remarks: Centralizes an element of order 7 in the monster group.

^{14} ⋅ 3^{3} ⋅ 5^{3} ⋅ 7 ⋅ 13 ⋅ 29 = 145926144000
Schur multiplier: Order 2.
Outer automorphism group: Trivial.
Remarks: The double cover acts on a 28-dimensional lattice over the

^{13} ⋅ 3^{7} ⋅ 5^{2} ⋅ 7 ⋅ 11 ⋅ 13 = 448345497600
Schur multiplier: Order 6.
Outer automorphism group: Order 2.
Other names: Sz
Remarks: The 6 fold cover acts on a 12-dimensional lattice over the

^{9} ⋅ 3^{4} ⋅ 5 ⋅ 7^{3} ⋅ 11 ⋅ 19 ⋅ 31 = 460815505920
Schur multiplier: Order 3.
Outer automorphism group: Order 2.
Other names: O'Nan–Sims group, O'NS, O–S
Remarks:
The triple cover has two 45-dimensional representations over the field with 7 elements, exchanged by an outer automorphism.

^{14} ⋅ 3^{6} ⋅ 5^{6} ⋅ 7 ⋅ 11 ⋅ 19 = 273030912000000
Schur multiplier: Trivial.
Outer automorphism group: Order 2.
Other names: ''F''_{5}, ''D''
Remarks: Centralizes an element of order 5 in the monster group.

^{8} ⋅ 3^{7} ⋅ 5^{6} ⋅ 7 ⋅ 11 ⋅ 31 ⋅ 37 ⋅ 67 = 51765179004000000
Schur multiplier: Trivial.
Outer automorphism group: Trivial.
Other names: Lyons–Sims group, LyS
Remarks: Has a 111-dimensional representation over the field with 5 elements.

^{15} ⋅ 3^{10} ⋅ 5^{3} ⋅ 7^{2} ⋅ 13 ⋅ 19 ⋅ 31 = 90745943887872000
Schur multiplier: Trivial.
Outer automorphism group: Trivial.
Other names: ''F''_{3}, ''E''
Remarks: Centralizes an element of order 3 in the monster, and is contained in ''E''_{8}(3), so has a 248-dimensional representation over the field with 3 elements.

Order:
: 2^{41} ⋅ 3^{13} ⋅ 5^{6} ⋅ 7^{2} ⋅ 11 ⋅ 13 ⋅ 17 ⋅ 19 ⋅ 23 ⋅ 31 ⋅ 47
: = 4154781481226426191177580544000000
Schur multiplier: Order 2.
Outer automorphism group: Trivial.
Other names: ''F''_{2}
Remarks: The double cover is contained in the monster group. It has a representation of dimension 4371 over the complex numbers (with no nontrivial invariant product), and a representation of dimension 4370 over the field with 2 elements preserving a commutative but non-associative product.

^{46} ⋅ 3^{20} ⋅ 5^{9} ⋅ 7^{6} ⋅ 11^{2} ⋅ 13^{3} ⋅ 17 ⋅ 19 ⋅ 23 ⋅ 29 ⋅ 31 ⋅ 41 ⋅ 47 ⋅ 59 ⋅ 71
: = 808017424794512875886459904961710757005754368000000000
Schur multiplier: Trivial.
Outer automorphism group: Trivial.
Other names: ''F''_{1}, M_{1}, Monster group, Friendly giant, Fischer's monster.
Remarks: Contains all but 6 of the other sporadic groups as subquotients. Related to

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: 213 · 37 · 52 · 7 · 11 · 13 = 448345497600
: ≈ 4.
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Lyons group
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: 283756711313767
: = 51765179004000000
: ≈ 5.
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2Thompson group, Th

Order: 2Fischer–Griess

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, and acts naturally on the monster Lie algebra.
Non-cyclic simple groups of small order

(Complete for orders less than 100,000) lists the 56 non-cyclic simple groups of order less than a million.See also

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References

Further reading

*''Simple Groups of Lie Type'' by Roger W. Carter, * Conway, J. H.; Curtis, R. T.; Norton, S. P.; Parker, R. A.; and Wilson, R. A.: "''Atlas of Finite Groups: Maximal Subgroups and Ordinary Characters for Simple Groups.''" Oxford, England 1985. *Daniel Gorenstein
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