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# Polynomial Rings : Relatively Prime Elements

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Let F, K be two fields, F is a subset of K and suppose f(x), g(x) &#1028; F[x] are relatively prime in F[x]. Prove that they are relatively prime in K[x].

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Modern Algebra
Ring Theory (XXVIII)
Polynomial Ring
Relatively Prime Elements

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