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Any two gcd’s of a1 ; : : : ; an are associated to one another. Likewise for any two lcm’s of a1 ; : : : ; an . This follows immediately from the deﬁnitions. But how about the existence of a gcd or lcm for given elements of R ? 2. a/: This translation of the divisibility relation into a simple inclusion relation is very fruitful. b/. b/ is a principal ideal. F3. Let I1 and I2 be ideals of R. Then I1 \ I2 and I1 C I2 WD f˛1 C ˛2 j ˛i 2 Ii g are also ideals of R; and in fact I1 \ I2 is the largest ideal of R contained in I1 and I2 , and I1 C I2 is the smallest ideal of R containing I1 and I2 .
Proof. Let Ä W R ! E be an injective ring homomorphism of R into a ﬁeld E. We deﬁne W F ! Ãa=Ãb/ D Äa=Äb: It is easy to check that is well deﬁned. It is also clear that is a ring homomorphism, and that in fact it’s the only one for which diagram (23) commutes. ˜ Proof of F7. We ﬁrst show the uniqueness statement. By assumption there exist homomorphisms W F ! F 0 and 0 W F 0 ! F with ı Ã D Ã0 and 0 ı Ã0 D Ã. It follows that 0 ı ı Ã D 0 ı Ã0 D Ã, and thus, because of the uniqueness requirement, 0 ı D idF ; analogously we have ı 0 D idF 0 .
D 0, so ˇ 3 D 2. This contradicts the fact that 2 does not lie in ޑ. ) Taking into account equation (7) of Chapter 2, we immediately get the corollary p 3 ޑ. 2/ W ޑD 3: As a ﬁrst fruit of our algebraic study of the constructibility problem, we obtain from this and from Chapter 1, F9: p 3 2 is not constructible from f0; 1g with ruler and compass. ConseTheorem 3. quently, the Delian problem of the doubling of the cube is also not soluble. Here is an important ﬁeld-theoretical application of the results from this chapter: Theorem 4 (Kronecker).