I want to find prime and jacobson radical radicals in Z[T]/(T^3), here Z = integers.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

Is it true that Z[T]/(T^3) is a field, because T^3 is irreducibel over Z[T]. If it is true that

Z[T]/(T^3) is a field then 0 is the prime and jacobson radical radical.

Is it true please help.

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# Prime and jacoboson radical

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