1 | initial version |

When you define `A`

, the `(1,4)(2,3)`

looks using the tuple `(1,4)`

as a function to be called at `(2,3)`

, which explains your error.

If you want `A`

be a list of elements of `G`

you must make it explicit:

```
sage: A=[G((1,2)), G((1,3,2)), G((1,4)), G([(1,4),(2,3)]),G((2,4)),G((2,4,3)),G((3,4)),G((2,3,4))]
sage: A
[(1,2), (1,3,2), (1,4), (1,4)(2,3), (2,4), (2,4,3), (3,4), (2,3,4)]
```

Then, you can do:

```
sage: b=[G((1,5))*a for a in A]
sage: b
[(1,5,2),
(1,5,3,2),
(1,5,4),
(1,5,4)(2,3),
(1,5)(2,4),
(1,5)(2,4,3),
(1,5)(3,4),
(1,5)(2,3,4)]
```

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