Working from an infinite group, I extracted a finite one,
And based on this new finite group, I made one more for fun.
So now we have three groups in all, one old and infinite, two finite and new.
I hope you find this one perplexing, only to be solved by few.
So take the Given 1 and 2, and by all means take the clues,
Use your noggin, have some fun, and try to answer the Q's.
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-The finite group extracted from the infinite group was based on the value of the 'money' in Given # 2.
- The second finite group, the one 'made for fun' has something in common with a group containing 2 dozen and 1/3 of a half-dozen members.
- ALL members of the second finite group are used in Given 1 and 2.
-REMEMBER THIS: FIRST things FIRST!
-In the second finite group there is a double-double, and one triple.
1.What are the two finite groups created?
2.Based on the clues, which word in Given #1 does not belong?
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