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Every prime ideal P in a Boolean ring R is maximal: the quotient ring R / P is an integral domain and also a Boolean ring, so it is isomorphic to the field F < sub > 2 </ sub >, which shows the maximality of P. Since maximal ideals are always prime, prime ideals and maximal ideals coincide in Boolean rings.
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Hilbert's example: " the assertion that either there are only finitely many prime numbers or there are infinitely many " ( quoted in Davis 2000: 97 ); and Brouwer's: " Every mathematical species is either finite or infinite.
Every completely multiplicative function is a homomorphism of monoids and is completely determined by its restriction to the prime numbers.
* In any ring R, a maximal ideal is an ideal M that is maximal in the set of all proper ideals of R, i. e. M is contained in exactly 2 ideals of R, namely M itself and the entire ring R. Every maximal ideal is in fact prime.
Every twin prime pair except ( 3, 5 ) is of the form ( 6n − 1, 6n + 1 ) for some natural number n, and with the exception of < var > n </ var > = 1, < var > n </ var > must end in 0, 2, 3, 5, 7, or 8.
Every third odd number is divisible by 3, which requires that no three successive odd numbers can be prime unless one of them is 3.
* Hardy and Littlewood listed as their Conjecture I: " Every large odd number ( n > 5 ) is the sum of a prime and the double of a prime.
Every strong probable prime to base a is also an Euler probable prime to the same base, but not vice versa.
Every closed 3-manifold has a prime decomposition: this means it is the connected sum of prime three-manifolds ( this decomposition is essentially unique except for a small problem in the case of non-orientable manifolds ).
: Every oriented prime closed 3-manifold can be cut along tori, so that the interior of each of the resulting manifolds has a geometric structure with finite volume.
* Every number of the form 2 < sup > m </ sup > p for a natural number m and a prime number p such that p < 2 < sup > m + 1 </ sup > is also semiperfect.
Every group of prime order is cyclic, since Lagrange's theorem implies that the cyclic subgroup generated by
Iwasawa worked with so-called-extensions: infinite extensions of a number field with Galois group isomorphic to the additive group of p-adic integers for some prime p. Every closed subgroup of is of the form, so by Galois theory, a-extension is the same thing as a tower of fields such that.
Every imperfect field is necessarily transcendental over its prime subfield ( the minimal subfield ), because the latter is perfect.
A finitely-generated abelian group is indecomposable if and only if it is isomorphic to Z or to a factor group of the form for some prime number p and some positive integer n. Every finitely-generated abelian group is a direct sum of ( finitely many ) indecomposable abelian groups.
* Every non-split, prime, alternating link that is not a torus link is hyperbolic by a result of William Menasco.
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* Every unital real Banach algebra with no zero divisors, and in which every principal ideal is closed, is isomorphic to the reals, the complexes, or the quaternions.
Every character is automatically continuous from A to C, since the kernel of a character is a maximal ideal, which is closed.
# Every finitely generated ideal of A is principal ( i. e., A is a Bézout domain ) and A satisfies the ascending chain condition on principal ideals.
Every simple R-module is isomorphic to a quotient R / m where m is a maximal right ideal of R. By the above paragraph, any quotient R / m is a simple module.
* Every left ideal I in R is finitely generated, i. e. there exist elements a < sub > 1 </ sub >, ..., a < sub > n </ sub > in I such that I = Ra < sub > 1 </ sub > + ... + Ra < sub > n </ sub >.
Every field of either type can be realized as the field of fractions of a Dedekind domain in which every non-zero ideal is of finite index.
In Leedskalnin's own publication A Book in Every Home he implies his " Sweet Sixteen " was more an ideal than a reality.
Every meal can be eaten without any cooking ; when circumstances permit, the ideal method of preparation is to cook the entrees in a pressure cooker, heated on the standard issue Coleman stove, or by simply boiling the rations in its package in water.
Every free spirit looked upon her as protectoress and ideal .... Marguerite was the embodiment of charity.
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* Every quadratic Bézier curve is also a cubic Bézier curve, and more generally, every degree n Bézier curve is also a degree m curve for any m > n. In detail, a degree n curve with control points P < sub > 0 </ sub >, …, P < sub > n </ sub > is equivalent ( including the parametrization ) to the degree n + 1 curve with control points P '< sub > 0 </ sub >, …, P '< sub > n + 1 </ sub >, where.
The definition of permanent agriculture as that which can be sustained indefinitely was supported by Australian P. A. Yeomans in his 1973 book Water for Every Farm.
Jeffrey P. Dennis, author of the journal article " The Same Thing We Do Every Night: Signifying Same-Sex Desire in Television Cartoons ," argued that SpongeBob and Sandy are not romantically in love, while adding that he believed that SpongeBob and Patrick " are paired with arguably erotic intensity.
Every object would also have a read timestamp, and if a transaction T < sub > i </ sub > wanted to write to object P, and the timestamp of that transaction is earlier than the object's read timestamp ( TS ( T < sub > i </ sub >) < RTS ( P )), the transaction T < sub > i </ sub > is aborted and restarted.
Every such line meets the sphere of radius one centered in the origin exactly twice, say in P = ( x, y, z ) and its antipodal point (− x, − y, − z ).
* Every irreducible closed subset of P < sup > n </ sup >( k ) of codimension one is a hypersurface ; i. e., the zero set of some homogeneous polynomial.
In mathematics, an integer-valued polynomial ( also known as a numerical polynomial ) P ( t ) is a polynomial whose value P ( n ) is an integer for every integer n. Every polynomial with integer coefficients is integer-valued, but the converse is not true.
" Jeffrey P. Dennis, author of " The Same Thing We Do Every Night: Signifying Same-Sex Desire in Television Cartoons ," argued that the romantic connection between Velma and Daphne Blake is " mostly wishful thinking " because Velma and Daphne " barely acknowledge each other's existence.
# Every submodule of M is a direct summand: for every submodule N of M, there is a complement P such that M = N ⊕ P.