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Then S is cogredient to a diagonal matrix whose diagonal elements are either 1 or 0. Chapter 1. 35, S is cogredient to a diagonal matrix, say [ai,a , ar ,r 0, 0, 0, 0, ,••- -•-jO), ,0], [ai,«2,2 , • ' •• •, a N v^- n—r n—r where «i, a l][ a i>2,--«2, • -,a • •,r,0,-«r, 0, • •,o][&r\& • •, O ] ^ 1 ,2&J • • •, b~x, 1,•,1] • • •, 1] I&iS^V?

Linear Algebra over Division Rings 24 then r i = r + l,r + 2,-- • ,m. 15 there is an (n — r) x r matrix D such that (' R R\ Q= [») is an n x n invertible matrix. 18: The row rank and column rank of any m x n matrix over a division ring are equal. 10: Let A be an m x n matrix over a division ring. Then the common value of the row rank and column rank of A is called the rank of A, which is denoted by rank A. 2. 19: Let A and B be m x n matrices over D. Then A and B are equivalent if and only if they have the same rank.

5. 3: Let H = {a + pi + 1j + 8k\a,f3,~f,8e R} be the division ring of real quaternions whose multiplication is defined by ,•>=;» = *' = - ! , ij = —ji = &, jk = ~kj = z, ki = —ik = j . H has an involution — defined by a + Pi + jj + 8k = a — fli — jj — 8k. The fixed elements of this involution form the real field R. Since H is of characteristic not two, Tr is surjective. 4: Let F be a field and take the identity map of F to be the involution. Then the fixed field is F itself. If F is of characteristic not two, then Tr is surjective.

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