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# Verify that Examples 1 through 8 are as

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Problem 1E

Problem 1E

Verify that Examples 1 through 8 are as claimed.

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EXAMPLE 1 The ring of integers is an integral domain

EXAMPLE 2 The ring of Gaussian integers Z[i] = {a + bi | a, b Z} is an integral domain.

EXAMPLE 3 The ring Z[x] of polynomials with integer coefficients is an integral domain.

EXAMPLE 4 The ring is an integral domain.

EXAMPLE 5 The ring Zp of integers modulo a prime p is an integral domain.

EXAMPLE 6 The ring Zn of integers modulo n is not an integral domain when n is not prime.

EXAMPLE 7 The ring M2(Z) of 2 × 2 matrices over the integers is not an integral domain.

EXAMPLE 8 Z Z is not an integral domain.

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