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# Rings (Handwritten notes)

Ring is a two-operation mathematical structure. It is an abelian group with one operation and a semi-group with another operation, and the distributive law is true for the first operation relative to the second operation. This mathematical idea is fundamentally pure. These notes offer a very simple method for learning the concept of rings and other ideas that are closely related to rings. These are lecture notes written by Atiq ur Rehman.

Name | Rings (Handwritten notes)- Lecture Notes |
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Author(s) | Atiq ur Rehman |

Pages | 37 pages |

Format | PDF (see Software section for PDF Reader) |

Size | PDF: 3.28 MB |

### CONTENTS OR SUMMARY:

- Rings; definition and examples
- Commutative ring, ring with unity, Boolean's ring, division ring
- Zero divisor and examples, integral domain and related theorems
- Field, examples and related theorems
- Characteristic of ring, examples and related theorems
- Regular ring, examples and related theorems
- Ideals, and related theorem
- Quotient ring
- Homomorphism of a ring, kernel of homomorphism and related theorems
- Principal ideal, principal ideal ring
- Maximal ideal and related theorem
- Fundamental homomorphism theorem