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By Falko Lorenz

From Math studies: "This is a captivating textbook, introducing the reader to the classical components of algebra. The exposition is admirably transparent and lucidly written with purely minimum necessities from linear algebra. the hot options are, at the least within the first a part of the ebook, outlined within the framework of the advance of rigorously chosen difficulties. therefore, for example, the transformation of the classical geometrical difficulties on structures with ruler and compass of their algebraic surroundings within the first bankruptcy introduces the reader spontaneously to such basic algebraic notions as box extension, the measure of an extension, etc... The booklet ends with an appendix containing routines and notes at the earlier elements of the publication. although, short old reviews and proposals for extra studying also are scattered throughout the text."

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C; d / means ad D bc: It is easy to prove that this is an equivalence relation; let K D M= the set of equivalence classes. a; b/ 2 M by Œa=b. ad C bc/=bd ; Œa=b Œc=d  D Œac=bd : Checking that these operations are well defined is left to the reader. It is easy to see that with these operations K becomes a commutative ring with unity; the zero element is Œ0=1 and the unity is Œ1=1. The map à W R ! a/ D Œa=1 is a homomorphism. By definition, Œa=b D 0 D Œ0=1 if and only if a D 0. In particular, à is injective.

The generator a can be neither irreducible nor a unit. c/. a/ is maximal, both b and c have decompositions into irreducible factors. a/ 2 M . If condition (ii) is satisfied as well as (i), we see from F7 that R is a UFD. Conversely, assume that R is a UFD. Then (ii) is immediately true, by F7. a/, and suppose that a satisfies (17). From the uniqueness of the decomposition into irreducible factors we conclude that, since t is a proper divisor of a, it has (after reordering the i ) a decomposition of the form t D "0 1 : : : s , with s < r .

By induction we for i D 2; : : : ; n: The Chinese Remainder Theorem 43 By part (b) of the preceding lemma, I1 is relatively prime to the product I2 I3 : : : In ; thus, thanks to the previously settled case n D 2, there exists x 2 R such that x Á x1 mod I1 and x Á x 0 mod I2 : : : In : Then x clearly satisfies all the congruences in (32). As for the kernel of (31), it obviously equals the intersection of the Ii . I2 : : : In / D I1 I2 : : : In : ˜ 5 Prime Factorization in Polynomial Rings. Gauss’s Theorem 1.

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