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Excuse me if I ask something obvious here, but I can't

prove it..

Say R is a ring and M an R-module.

So, 0 \in M as M is an abelian group.

I guess r0=0, no?!

Can you tell me how we prove that?

Again, sorry if I ask something obvious..

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# Module action sends zero to zero?

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