|Dec12-04, 02:03 PM||#1|
Introduction to Rings and Fields- Help
I really don't wanna define a homomorphism like
I'm looking for another way to solve that next question:
Show that Q[x]/(x-1) is isomorphic to Q[x]/(x-2).
Thanks in advance.
|Dec12-04, 02:29 PM||#2|
You could show they're both isomorphic to a third ring...
|Dec12-04, 03:27 PM||#3|
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