By Robert B. Ash

ISBN-10: 0486453561

ISBN-13: 9780486453569

This survey of fundamental algebraic buildings employs thoughts appropriate to arithmetic, physics, engineering, and machine technology. subject matters comprise kinfolk among teams and units, the basic theorem of Galois idea, and the consequences and techniques of summary algebra by way of quantity concept, geometry, and noncommutative and homological algebra. strategies. 2006 edition.

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An + In ), proving that f is surjective. Since the kernel of f is the intersection of the ideals Ij , the result follows from the ﬁrst isomorphism theorem for rings. ♣ The concrete version of the Chinese remainder theorem can be recovered from the abstract result; see Problems 3 and 4. 3 1. 4, Problems 1 and 2, are ring isomorphisms as well. 2. Give an example of an ideal that is not a subring, and a subring that is not an ideal. 3. If the integers mi , i = 1, . . , n, are relatively prime in pairs, and a1 , .

Now √ √ √ Ψ(a + b d) = |(a + b d)(a − b d)|, √ and it follows (Problem 4) that for all γ, δ ∈ Z[ d] we have Ψ(γδ) = Ψ(γ)Ψ(δ). ) Thus Ψ(r) = Ψ(β)[(x − x0 )2 − d(y − y0 )2 ], and the factor in brackets is at most 14 + |d|( 14 ) ≤ 14 + 34 = 1. The only possibility for equality occurs when d = 3 (d = −3 is excluded by hypothesis) and |x − x0 | = |y − y0 | = 12 . But in this case, the √ factor in brackets is | 14 − 3( 14 )| = 12 < 1. We have shown that Ψ(r) < Ψ(β), so that Z[ d] is a Euclidean domain.

If all three properties are satisﬁed, I is said to be an ideal (or two-sided ideal) of R, a proper ideal if I = R, a nontrivial ideal if I is neither R nor {0}. 13), f is injective if and only if kerf = {0}. Now it follows from the deﬁnition of ring homomorphism that kerf is an ideal of R. 1)). Conversely, every proper ideal is the kernel of a ring homomorphism, as we will see in the discussion to follow. 4 Construction of Quotient Rings Let I be a proper ideal of the ring R. Since I is a subgroup of the additive group of R, we can form the quotient group R/I, consisting of cosets r + I, r ∈ R.

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