An Analogue of the Magnus Problem for Associative Algebras
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We prove an analogue of the Magnus theorem for associative algebras without unity over arbitrary fields. Namely, if an algebra is given by n + k generators and k relations and has an n-element system of generators, then this algebra is a free algebra of rank n.
KeywordsAssociative Algebra Free Algebra Arbitrary Field
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