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#1 2010-04-16 06:01:47

GOKILL
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Registered: 2010-03-19
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Abstract Algebra - Ring [extended level] =_="

(1)
Given Integral domain R and


a)
not unit, is called prime element
if a|bc implies a|b or a|c.
Show that a is prime element iff <a> is prime ideal
b)
not unit, is said un-reduced
if a = bc implies b is unit or c is unit.
Show that if p is prime and
for some i.

(2)
If

. What criteria must be held by
? (is it prime or un-reduced?)

Anyone can help me plz.... roflolroflolroflol


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#2 2010-04-16 08:03:42

JaneFairfax
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Re: Abstract Algebra - Ring [extended level] =_="

(1) Use induction.

(2) Hint:

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#3 2010-04-16 10:06:01

Ricky
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Re: Abstract Algebra - Ring [extended level] =_="

For (1a), remember the phrase "to contain is to divide".  If (a) contains (b), then a divides b.


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