# Algebra I Essentials For Dummies by Mary Jane Sterling

By Mary Jane Sterling

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1 – g) (1 + g + … + gn-1) = 0 Take a = 1 – gr, r ≠ 0, r > 1 (1 – gr) (1 + g + … + gn-1) = 0 Let b = 3 + 3g + … + 3gn-1, then b(1 – g) = 0. b = 0. Hence KL has S-weak divisors of zero. 12: A S-weak zero divisor of a loop ring in general is not a S-zero divisor but it is a zero divisor. Proof: Follows from the definition that S-weak zero divisor is a zero divisor. 11 it is clearly not a S-zero divisor only a S-weak zero divisor. It is natural to see that if an element is a zero divisor still it need not be S-weak zero divisor.

Ii. R has no nonzero nilpotent element. Proof: To prove (i) implies (ii) follows from the fact that if R has nilpotent elements say γ ∈ R then 1 + γg is a unit in RS. For if γn = 0 then (1 + γg) (1 – γg + γ2g2 – γ3g3 + … ± γn-1 gn-1) = 1 – γg + γ2g2 – … ± γn-1 gn-1 + γg – γ2g2 + … ± γn-1 gn-1 ± γn gn = 1 as γn = 0 and all other terms cancel out. p loop. p we get the result. Hence the claim. 5: Let L be a loop. p loop. p subloop of L. p subloop of L. p) loop. p loop then L is a S-loop. Proof: Obvious by the very definitions.

Let Zp = {0, 1, 2, …, p – 1} be a prime field of characteristic p, p > 2. Then L∗ is a groupoid with a nontrivial idempotent in it and the order of L∗ is pn-1 where |L| = n. Proof: Straightforward, hence left for the reader as an exercise. 6: Let L be a loop of order p + 1 and K = Zp = {0, 1, 2, …, p – 1} prime field of characteristic p. Then L∗ is a groupoid with a nontrivial idempotent in it. Proof: Left as an exercise for the reader to prove. Now we proceed on to define Smarandache mod p-envelope of a loop.

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