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    Multiplicatively Closed Subset : Homomorphisms and Kernels

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    Suppose S is a multiplicatively closed subset of the ring R. Describe the kernel of the natural ring homomorphism R-->(S^-1)R

    When is the kernel {0}?

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    Solution Summary

    Multiplicatively Closed Subsets, Homomorphisms and Kernels are investigated.