Sudhanshu ranjan Asked a Question
August 16, 2020 1:19 ampts 30 pts
Suppose R is an integral domain which is not a field. Show that if R is Euclidean domain, then R has universal side divisiors
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    see the attachment
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    By Euclidean domain definition, we can write x =qu + r, where r= 0 or N(r) < N(u). If r= 0, we are done. so let r be non zero. since u has minimal norm among all non zero & non uni...
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