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# Category Archives: Integral Domain

## Suzie-Q

Problem Statement: Let be an integral domain. Show that is a field if and only if has no nontrivial ideals. Proof: First assume that is a field and let be an ideal of . If then it follows that since for every … Continue reading

Posted in Algebra, Field, Homomorphism, Ideal, Integral Domain
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## UIC Master’s Exam- Fall 2007 A3

Problem Statement: Show that a finite integral domain is a field. Proof: Fix and consider the function for all . We wish to show that is injective, and thus has an inverse. Suppose that , then which implies that . Since … Continue reading

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## UIC Master’s Exam- Fall 2007 A2

Jeremy is preparing for the University of Illinois at Chicago Master’s Exam this coming Tuesday and so we have been studying together. His exam covers many topics, including algebra and analysis, and so you will be seeing several posts from … Continue reading

Posted in Algebra, Field, Integral Domain, Math, Principal Ideal
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