By John B. Fraleigh

ISBN-10: 0201763907

ISBN-13: 9780201763904

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One has to be slightly careful with this notation. An ideal of a ring R we normally denote by a bold letter, say k. Only if a group ring J K has already been introduced in an argument would k denote its augmentation ideal without further comment. 4 Let J be a ring, G a group and J G the corresponding group ring. (a) g = g∈G\ 1 (g − 1)J = g∈G\ 1 J (g − 1) and J G = J ⊕ g. (b) If G = X , then g = x∈X (x − 1)J G = x∈X J G(x − 1). Proof (a) J G = g∈G J g. Thus g ⊇ g∈G\ 1 J (g − 1) = g∈G\ 1 J (g − 1).

Nikolov and Segal (2007) prove the following. Let G be a polycyclic-by-finite group and M a normal subgroup of G. Then M is a direct factor of G if and only if MGn /Gn is a direct factor of G/Gn for every positive integer n. They deduce that if G is isomorphic to the direct product of M and G/M, then M is a direct factor of G. Exercise Let G be a polycyclic-by-finite group. Prove that G is nilpotent if and only if for each prime p there is a normal subgroup Np of G with G/Np a finite p-group such that p Np = 1 .

D(n, F ) = {(aij ) ∈ GL(n, F ) : aij = 0 whenever i = j } is the diagonal group. Tr(n, F ) = {(aij ) ∈ GL(n, F ) : aij = 0 whenever i < j } is the (lower) triangular group. Tr1 (n, F ) = {(aij ) ∈ Tr(n, F ) : aii = 1 for all i} is the lower unitriangular group. Tr1 (n, F ) = {(aij ) ∈ GL(n, F ) : aij = 0 whenever i > j and aii = 1 for all i} is the upper unitriangular group. For example, Tr(3, F ) consists of all invertible matrices of the type A below while Tr1 (3, F ) consists of all matrices of type B: A= ∗ 0 0 ∗ ∗ 0 , ∗ ∗ ∗ B= 1 ∗ ∗ 0 1 ∗ 0 0 .

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