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Then G ( f ) = by construction, and, obviously, f is filtered. (ii) Let F be a graded-free G(R)-module, together with a graded epic f F + G ( M ) . 37 we can write F in the form G(F),so by (i) we have a filtered epic fi F -+ M . 15 to the diagram 7 0 ---+Mi- - - -,- , Mi MJM, 0 j (iii) By (ii) we have an exact sequence 0 + N -+ F s P 0 where F is filtered-free and f , g are strictiy filtered. 6. e. gp = 1, for some p: P + F. Note is a summand of G ( P )and thus is projective; hence the epic fi -+ Pi/e- splits.
Ij M = projective with I injinite and T ( M ) = R then R is a summand of M . Proofi Let J = Jac(Rf. Given L, < R there is ft:M -+ R with f t M $4 L,; hence f, Mi $ L , for some i = i(t). Then Lo < L , < . . so some L, = R since, otherwise, R/J has an infinite ascending chain of left ideals, which is impossible. D. invertible so @ A : By=, Mi,,)-+ R is epic, as desired. c:= Recall a module is said to be countable if it is generated by a countable set of elements. 64: Suppose R/Jac(R) is leff Noetherian and T ( M ) = R for every projective R-module M .
48. By induction on m we now see that if P 0 R(m)z R(")then P is free. D. 49 (*) that local commutative rings have the unimodular vector property, since all projectives are free. 50: (Horrocks) Suppose C is a local commutative ring, and u = (fi, . If some 1;. is monic then u is strongly unimodular. Proof: Reordering the 1;. we may assume f l is monic. Suppose m = deg(f i ). We can use f l to cancel higher degree terms in the other entries; since this involves elementary transformations and thus affects neither unimodularity nor strong unimodularity, we may assume deg(f,) < m for all i > 1.