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Otherwise choose ordinary integers m; n satisfying ju mj Ä 12 and jv nj Ä 12 and let q D m C i n. Then q 2 ZŒi. Let r D ˛ qˇ. ˇ/. ˇ/ completing the proof. Since ZŒi forms a Euclidean domain it follows from our previous results that ZŒi must be a principal ideal domain and hence a unique factorization domain. 8. The Gaussian integers are a UFD. Since we will now be dealing with many kinds of integers we will refer to the ordinary integers Z as the rational integers and the ordinary primes p as the rational primes.
Then the polynomial ring F Œx is a principal ideal domain and hence a unique factorization domain. Proof. The proof is essentially analogous to the proof in the integers. Let I be an ideal in F Œx with I ¤ F Œx. x/ be a polynomial in I of minimal degree. x/. x/ 2 I . x/. x//. x//. x/ 2 I . x/ was assumed to be a polynomial in I of minimal degree. x/. x/i. 2 a unique factorization domain. We proved that in a principal ideal domain every ascending chain of ideals becomes stationary. In general a ring R (commutative or not) satisﬁes the ascending chain condition or ACC if every ascending chain of left (or right) ideals in R becomes stationary.
First we must show that d is a common divisor. Now d D ax C by and is the least such positive linear combination. By the division algorithm a D qd C r with 0 Ä r < d . Suppose r ¤ 0. 1 qx/a qby > 0. Hence r is a positive linear combination of a and b and therefore is in S. But then r < d contradicting the minimality of d in S. It follows that r D 0 and so a D qd and d ja. An identical argument shows that d jb and so d is a common divisor of a and b. Let d1 be any other common divisor of a and b.
Abstract Algebra: Applications to Galois Theory, Algebraic Geometry and Cryptography by Gerhard Rosenberger, Benjamin Fine, Visit Amazon's Celine Carstensen Page, search results, Learn about Author Central, Celine Carstensen,