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 November 18th, 2006, 05:54 PM #1 Site Founder   Joined: Nov 2006 From: France Posts: 824 Thanks: 7 Application of Gauss' lemma "Let R be an integral domain with quotient field F and let p(x)be a monic polynomial in R[x].Assume that p(x)=a(x)b(x) where a(x) and b(x) are monic polynomials in F[x] of smaller degree than p(x). Prove that if a(x) does not belong to R[x] then R is not a Unique Factorization Domain." By Gauss' lemma, if R is a UFD, then a and b must lie in R[X], which proves the result. "Deduce that Z[2*sqrt2] is not a U.F.D" Consider (X-sqrt(2)/2)(X+sqrt(2)/2). Tags application, gauss, lemma ,

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