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Similarly for 3. INVERTIBLE ELEMENTS DEFINITION 6. Let E be a unital magma, T its law of composition, e its identity element and x and x' two elements of E. x' is called a left inverse (resp. right inverse, resp. inverse) ofx ifx' T x = e (resp. x T x' = e, resp. x' T x = x T x' =e). An element x ofE is called left invertible (resp. right invertible, resp. invertible) if it has a left inverse (resp. right inverse, resp. inverse). A monoid all of whose elements are invertible is called a group. 15 ALGEBRAIC STRUCTURES I Symmetric and symmetrizable are sometimes used instead of inverse and invertible.

Right cancellable) elements of an associative magma is a submagma. Ifyx and y 11 are injective so is YxTU &xnr = Yx o y 11 (Proposition 1). Similarly for 3. INVERTIBLE ELEMENTS DEFINITION 6. Let E be a unital magma, T its law of composition, e its identity element and x and x' two elements of E. x' is called a left inverse (resp. right inverse, resp. inverse) ofx ifx' T x = e (resp. x T x' = e, resp. x' T x = x T x' =e). An element x ofE is called left invertible (resp. right invertible, resp. invertible) if it has a left inverse (resp.

Ii) If x is invertible, there exists a unique homomorphism g ofZ into E such that g( 1) = x and g coincides with f on N . Writingf(n) = T x for all n eN, the formulae Tx = e and (-T x) T (;. x) = mTn x (no. 1) express the fact thatfis a homomorphism ofN into E and obviously f(l) = x. Ifj' is a homomorphism of N into E such thatf'(l) = x, then f = j', by§ 1, no. 4, Proposition 1, (iv). Suppose now that x is invertible. By no. 3, Corollary 2 to Proposition 4, . : 0. By construction, Z is the group of differences ofN and hence (no.

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