Prove that the set of all polynomials whose coefficients are all even is a prime ideal in Z[x].
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Schaum’s College Algebra Fourth Edition – Chapter 2 – Module 1 Fundamental Operations with Algebraic Expressions Term Definition Example Secti on Algebraic expression A combination of ordinary numbers and letters with represent numbers 3a + 4b 2.1 Term Products and quotients of ordinary numbers and letters which represent numbers 3a 2.1
Textbook: Contemporary Abstract Algebra
Author: Joseph Gallian
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