Date

1964

Document Type

Thesis

Degree

Master of Science

Department

Mathematics

First Adviser

Laison, Gary B.

Abstract

We begin by defining the notion of subdirect sum and some related concepts after which we state and prove two theorems which are fundamental in the theory. These theorems give necessary and sufficient conditions for an arbitrary ring to have a representation as a subdirect sum of a set of rings.

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Mathematics Commons

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