Let R be a ring with additive identity 0. Prove the following:
(a) For all a in R, a(0) = 0.
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First 0+0 =0, in any ring;
next, we observe that
a(0 + 0) = a0 = 0
to see this, use the distributive property on the left side to get
a0 + a0 = ...
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