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Non-unique Factorisation: Part 2

We are continuing the series on non-unique factorisation. For a handy table of contents, visit the Post Series directory. In Part 1 of this series, we introduced for a commutative ring three types of relations: Associaties: $a\sim b$ means that $(a) = (b)$ Strong associates: $a\approx b$ means that $a = ub$ for $u\in U(R)$ […]