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Chapter 6.2, Problem 4E

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Prove that

To determine

**To prove:**

**Given information:**

**Formula used:**

i) Idempotent element:

An element

ii) Isomorphism:

Let

**Proof:**

Let

Therefore, there exists an isomorphism

i)

ii)

To prove: a)

a)

Let

Now, let

Since

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