# Algebra I: Chapters 1-3 by N. Bourbaki

By N. Bourbaki

This softcover reprint of the 1974 English translation of the 1st 3 chapters of Bourbaki’s Algebre provides an intensive exposition of the basics of normal, linear, and multilinear algebra. the 1st bankruptcy introduces the elemental items, reminiscent of teams and earrings. the second one bankruptcy reviews the homes of modules and linear maps, and the 3rd bankruptcy discusses algebras, particularly tensor algebras.

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1) Let E be an associative magma written multiplicatively. The mapping which associates with a strictly positive integer n the mapping x >-+ xn of E into itself is an action of N* on E. IfE is a group, the mapping which associates with a rational integer a the mapping x >-+ xa of E into E is an action of Z on E. (2) Let E be a magma with law denoted by T. The mapping which associates with x e E the mapping A >-+ x T A of the set of subsets of E into itself is an action ofE on t;p(E). (3) Let E be a set.

There exists one and only one homomorphism g: E 8 ~ F'l' such that go e = 1j of. CoROLLARY. The homomorphism 1l of of E into FT maps every element of S to an invertible element of FT. 19 ALGEBRAIC STRUCTURES Remarks. (1) Theorem 1 can also be expressed by saying that (E8 , e) is the solution of the universal mapping problem for E, relative to monoids, monoid homomorphisms and homomorphisms of E into monoids which map the elements ofS to invertible elements (Set Theory, IV,§ 3, no. 1). It follows (loc.

CANCELLABLE ELEMENTS 4. Given a law of composition T on a set E, the mapping x >---*aT x (resp . x >---* x T a) of E into itself is called lift translation (resp.. right translation) by an element a E E. DEFINITION On passing to the opposite law, left translations become right translations and conversely. Let Ya• &a (or y(a), &(a)) denote the left and right translations by a E E; then Ya(x) = aT x, 14 &a(x) = x T a. 3 INVERTIBLE ELEMENTS PRoPOSITION 1. If the law T is associative, YxTII = Yx Y11• then for all x E E andy E E 0 ForallzeE: YxT 11 (z) &xT 11 (z) = = (x T y) T Z =X z T (x T y) T (y T z) = Yx(Y11 (z)) = (z T x) T y = &11 (&x(z)) In other words, the mapping x >---* y x is a homomorphism from the magma E to the set EE of mappings of E into itself with the law (j, g) >---*fog; the mapping x >---* Sx is a homomorphism of E into the set EE with the opposite law.