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Commutative Rings, Homomorphisms and Ideals

Show that if R and S are commutative rings with 1, phi:R-->S is a homomorphism of R onto S, and I is an ideal of R, then phi[I]={phi(r): r included in I} is an ideal of S.

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Commutative rings, homomorphisms and ideals are investigated.