# New PDF release: Algebra I Basic Notions Of Algebra

By A. I. Kostrikin, I. R. Shafarevich

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COMMENT ON PROOF: There are two things to be shown here. e. if every non-zero element of R/M is a unit), then M is a maximal ideal of R. A useful strategy for doing this is to suppose that I is an ideal of R properly containing M, and try to show that I must be equal to R. We must also show that if M is a maximal ideal of R, then every non-zero element of R/M is a unit. A strategy for doing this is as follows : if a ∈ R does not belong to M (so a+ M is not the zero element in R/M), then the fact that M is maximal as an ideal of R means that the only ideal of R that contains both M and the element a is R itself.

Then if there exist elements r1 and r2 of R with φ(r1 ) = φ(r2 ) we must have φ(r1 − r2 ) = φ(r1 ) − φ(r2 ) = 0S . This means r1 − r2 ∈ ker φ, so r1 − r2 = 0R and φ is injective. The characterisation of injectivity in the above note can be very useful. If φ : R −→ S is an isomorphism, then S is an “exact copy” of R. This means that S and R are structurally identical, and only differ in the way their elements are ∼ S. labelled. 4 (The Fundamental Homomorphism Theorem) Let φ : R −→ S be a homomorphism of rings.

This means ab + M = 1 + M, or ab − 1 ∈ M. So we need to show that there exists b ∈ R for which ab − 1 ∈ M. Let M denote the set of elements of R of the form ar + s, for some r ∈ R and s ∈ M. Then M is an ideal of R (check), and M properly contains M since a ∈ M and a ∈ M. Then M = R since M is a maximal ideal of R. In particular then 1 ∈ M and 1 = ab + m for some b ∈ R and m ∈ M. Then ab − 1 ∈ M and (a + M)(b + M) = 1 + M in R/M. So a + M has an inverse in R/M as required. We will now characterize those ideals I of R for which R/I is an integral domain.

### Algebra I Basic Notions Of Algebra by A. I. Kostrikin, I. R. Shafarevich

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