Linear Associative Algebras by Alexander Abian (Auth.)

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Thus, (20) is established. Finally, let (20) hold. Let V e T be such that V = Vx + V2 + • • • + Vn = C/i + t/ 2 + • • • + t/ n with, say, Kx 4= C/j and F, e Tx and [/, e r*. Then Kx-C/i 4= 0 and { ( J ^ - f A ) } C ( ^ H 2 ^ j ) contradicting (20). Thus, (18) is established. Hence, Theorem 4 is proved. THEOREM 5. Let °U be a subspace of a vector space T. , y =

If a ring 52 has at least one nonzero element r then for m > 1 the ring 8%m has divisors of zero. This can be seen from the following example. ° °)(° 1=(° °) (51) { } 0 r)\0 0/ V0 0 | For m > 1, even if Sftm is a commutative ring then only in very excep­ tional cases is £ftm commutative. In general &m is a noncommutative ring. 2In particular, if @l has a unity element then as (51), (52), (53) and (54) show for m > 1 the ring £ftm has divisors of zero, is not commutative, has nonzero nilpotent elements and has nonzero idempotent elements which are not necessarily equal to the unity of 3fcm.

Prove that every total m by m matrix ring &m over ^ is simple and that &m&m + {0}. 9. m the total m by m matrix ring over ^ . Prove that Z Y = lm implies YX = Im for every element X and Y of ,^ m where lm is the unity of fflm. 10. , a square matrix such that atj = — aji) over the field of real numbers. Prove that if m is an odd number then ,4 is singular. Prove also that if A has an inverse then the inverse is a skew symmetric matrix. 11. Let 3? be the field of real numbers and ZFm the total m by m matrix ring over 8F.

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