The commutator subgroup of a normal subgroup is normal in the supergroup

Prove that if K is normal in G, then K^\prime (the commutator subgroup of K) is also normal in G.


By Proposition 7, K^\prime is characteristic in K. By this previous exercise, then, K^\prime is normal in G.

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