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Proof. If p (x) = p (y), then dH (M x, M y) ≥ 2. , dH (x, y) = dH (M x, M y). As we shall see below, for q = 2 and q = 3 all GPC’s are monomially equivalent, but the next theorem guarantees that for most values of q, there exist more than one monomial equivalence class. 2. If G and H are nonisomorphic groups of order q, then for k ≥ 2, pG and pH are not monomially equivalent. Proof. Omitted. Let us denote by N (k, q) the number of nonisomorphic (k, q) GPC’s. The following table summarizes what we know about this number.
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