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itry to soution this question but ican not , because this out my book

Show that a proper ideal I of a commmutative ring R is a maximal ideal iff for any ideal A of R either A subset of I or A+I=R

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itry to soution this question but ican not , because this out my book

Show that a proper ideal I of a commmutative ring R is a maximal ideal iff for any ideal A of R either A subset of I or A+I=R

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Why would you not be able to get a solution just because this is from the book?

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Start with the definition: What is the **definition** of "maximal ideal"?

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