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Prove that Z12] is a Euclidean domain

Prove that Z12] is a Euclidean domain

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Prove that Z12] is a Euclidean domain

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For finding the euclidean domain, we can find the condition of norm of N.

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let n be an integer closet to the rational number r and let m be an int...


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