By Allen Nussbaum
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Ls 1 ! L1 ! L0 ! 0 a complex of nite R -modules. Suppose that the following hold for i > 0: (i) depth Li i, and (ii) depth Hi (L. ) = 0 or Hi (L. ) = 0. Show that L. is acyclic. ) Hint: Set Ci = Coker(Li+1 ! Li), and show by descending induction that depth Ci i and Hi (L. ) = 0 for i > 0. 25. Let R be a Noetherian ring, I an ideal of nite projective dimension, and M a nite R=I -module. 20. p p p p p p p p ; gradeR=I M + gradeR R=I gradeR M gradeR=I M + proj dimR R=I if I is perfect, then equality is attained.
Then each of (b) and (c) is equivalent to the split exactness of the sequence 0 ! Im ' ! F0 ! M ! 0. If (a) holds, then, with respect to suitable bases of F1 and F0 , the matrix of ' has the form idt 0 0 0 where idt is the t t identity matrix. This implies (b). The converse is seen similarly. Let M be a nite module over a Noetherian ring R . Then M is a projective module (of rank r) if and only if M is a free R -module (of rank r) for all 2 Spec R . 10. Let R be a Noetherian ring, and M a nite R-module ' with a nite free presentation F1 ;!
C) is obvious: if A is an R -algebra, then A R M is an A-module for every R -module M . (d) It is enough to verify the equation for elements y = w z with w 2 K (f ), z 2 M . Then df M (x : w z ) = df M ((x ^ w) z ) = df (x ^ w) z , and the rest follows from the fact that df is an antiderivation. For a subset S of K (f ) and a subset U of K (f M ) let S : U denote the R -submodule of K (f M ) generated by the products s : u, s 2 S , u 2 U . 3. The homology H (f ) = Z (f )=B (f ) is the Koszul homology of f .
Applied Group Theory for Chemists, Physicists and Engineers by Allen Nussbaum