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On the product of all nonzero elements of a finite ring

  • Peter Z. Hermann (a1)

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The aim of the present note is to describe the possible products when taking all the nonzero elements of a finite ring in some sequence. Compared with the analogous situation for finite groups, where the set of products of all elements has been shown in [2] to be a whole coset of the derived group, for rings the set of the above mentioned products will be proved either to be as large as possible or to consist of one or two elements only.

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1.Bondy, J. A. and Murty, U. S. R., Graph theory with applications (Macmillan, 1976).
2.Dénes, J. and Hermann, P. Z., On the product of all elements in a finite group, Ann. Discrete Math. 15 (1982), 105109.
3.Dirac, G. A., Some theorems on abstract graphs, Proc. Lond Math. Soc. (3) 2 (1952), 6981.

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