# PRESIMPLIFIABLE AND WEAKLY PRESIMPLIFIABLE RINGS

Keywords: Presimplifiable Ring, Weakly Presimplifiable Ring, Polynomial Ring, Formal Power Series Ring

### Abstract

Let  be a commutative ring with identity. Two elements   and b in   are called to be associates if  and , or equivalently, if . The generalization of associate relation in R has given the idea for definitions of presimplifiable and weakly presimplifiable rings. First of all, it will be given definitions of very strong associate relation, strong regular associate relation, very strongly associate ring, and strongly regular associate ring. The presimplifiable ring is a commutative ring with the condition that every nonzero element is a unit element. While the weakly presimplifiable ring is a commutative ring with the condition that every nonzero element is regular element. Furthermore, it is shown that the relationship between very strongly associate ring with presimplifiable ring and the linkage between strongly regular associate ring and weakly presimplifiable ring. It is obtained that  is a presimplifiable ring if and only if  is a very strongly associate ring. Meanwhile,  is a weakly presimplifiable ring if and only if  is a strongly regular associate ring. Then, it is shown that the correlation between presimplifiable and weakly presimplifiable rings to its polynomial ring  and its the formal power series ring . If  is a weakly presimplifiable ring, then  and  are also weakly presimplifiable rings. However, if  is a presimplifiable ring, then  is also a presimplifiable ring but always not valid for .

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Published
2023-12-18
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D. Anastasya and S. Wahyuni, “PRESIMPLIFIABLE AND WEAKLY PRESIMPLIFIABLE RINGS”, BAREKENG: J. Math. & App., vol. 17, no. 4, pp. 1893-1900, Dec. 2023.
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