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Math538 Commutative Algebra Homework 2 Name: Zhaoning Yang September 20, 2013 Problem 1 Suppose that W1 W2 are multiplicative sets in a ring R and M is an R-module. Show 1 1 1 that W2 (W1 M ) W2 M . Solution: 1 1 1 W2 R by the universal property. So, we c

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Math 538 Commutative Algebra Study Notes Zhaoning Yang January 4, 2014 1 Rudiments 2 Nakaymas Lemma Denition 2.1. Let R be a ring, be an index set, and M be an R-module for each . we dene (1) (2) M = cfw_(m ) | m M to be the direct product of M M M t

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Math 538 Commutative Algebra Homework 1 Name: Zhaoning Yang September 4, 2013 Problem 1 Let R be a ring, if I, J, J are ideals in R, prove that I J J implies that either I J or I J . If P is a prime ideal in R, then show that I J, I J , or I P . Solution:

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Math 538 Commutative Algebra Homework 4 Name: Zhaoning Yang October 18, 2013 Problem 1 Let R be an integral domain and K(R) be its eld of fractions. We dene the normalization of R to be the integral closure of R in K(R), which is denoted by RN . We say th

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Math 210A: Algebra, Homework 9 Ian Coley December 3, 2013 Problem 1. Determine all subrings of Z. Solution. Let R Z be a subring. Then we must have 1 R. Since R is closed under addition, we have 1 + . . . + 1 = n R. Since R is closed under taking additive

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