there exists an element 1 G of G, called the identity, which has the property that for any element a in G, we have a + G 1 G = 1 G + G a = a;
b) for every element a of G, there exists an element b, called the inverse of a, for which a + G b = b + G a = 1 G .
KeywordsCanonical Basis Algebraic Number Integral Ideal Principal Ideal Algebraic Integer
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