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Definition: Let G be an abelian group and let End_Z(G) be the set of all group homomorphisms from G to itself. We call it the endomorphism ring of G. Here, the ring operations are defined as follows. For f, g ∈ End_Z(G), we let f + g be the homomorphism given by (f + g)(x) = f(x) + g(x), where additive notation is used for the group operation in G. The product, f · g, of f, g ∈ EndZ(G) is simply the composition f ◦ g.
Lemma: Under these operations, End_Z(G) is a ring, with additive identity the trivial homomorphism, and multiplicative identity the identity map.
Find an element of End_Z(G) which has a left inverse, but is not a unit.
This provides an example of finding an element with a left inverse.