By Stanley Burris

ISBN-10: 0387905782

ISBN-13: 9780387905785

ISBN-10: 7506201089

ISBN-13: 9787506201087

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7. If M is a left module over a ring R, show that the submodules of M under the partial order ⊆ form a modular lattice. §4. Complete Lattices, Equivalence Relations, and Algebraic Lattices §4. 17 Complete Lattices, Equivalence Relations, and Algebraic Lattices In the 1930’s Birkhoﬀ introduced the class of complete lattices to study the combinations of subalgebras. 1. A poset P is complete if for every subset A of P both sup A and inf A exist (in P ). The elements sup A and inf A will be denoted by A and A, respectively.

Bm ∈ Cnt (B), for some m ≤ n, with a0 ∈ Cn ({b1 , . . , bm }), 37 §4. The Irredundant Basis Theorem so A0 ⊆ Cn (A1 ), where A1 = (A0 − {a0 }) ∪ {b1 , . . , bm }; hence C(A0 ) ⊆ C(A1 ), which says A1 is a set of generators of S. Consequently, there is an irredundant basis A2 ⊆ A1 . Now |A2 | < |A0 | + n. If |A0 | + n ≤ j, we see that the existence of A2 contradicts the choice of A0 as then we would have A2 ⊆ Cnt+1 (B) A2 ∈ K, and |A2 ∩ (Cnt+1 (B) − Cnt (B))| < |A0 ∩ (Cnt+1 (B) − Cnt (B))|. Thus |A0 | + n > j.

Show that every group and ring is congruence-permutable, but not necessarily congruencedistributive. 46 II The Elements of Universal Algebra 5. Show that every lattice is congruence-distributive, but not necessarily congruencepermutable. 6. 5, verify that subuniverses of the new algebra are precisely the congruences on A. 7. Show that Θ is a 2-ary closure operator. [Hint: replace each n-ary f of A by unary operations f (a1 , . . , ai−1 , x, ai+1 , . . , an ), a1 , . . , ai−1 , ai+1 , . . ] 8.

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