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Gl. d. (R) ,;;;; 1 <=~ >I since (g~) is every submodule of a projective is projective *= every quotient module of an injective is injective <=~ every right ideal of R is projective. Such a ring is called (right) hereditary. The commutative hereditary domains are precisely the Dedekind domains (every ideal is invertible). Let R be a ring containing an infinite direct product of subrings. Then R is not hereditary. We will give two different proofs of this fact, both of which have additional interesting consequences.

For any A ~ w, let EA denote its characteristic function as an element of n;':oRj . Let w=U;oAj where Aj nA k =0for ji=-k Let F= {S ~P(w)IS'2 {A j 1i E w} and B, CES, Bi=- C ~ B n C is fmite}. F is inductive. Let So be a maximal element of F. Let {Bill ';;;;i';;;;n}5;So,Bji=-Bj if ii=-j. Assume Lf=lEBriE/. Then 45 HOMOLOGICAL DIMENSIONS OF MODULES n U;*jB; = Cj is finite. 'J· E I. Hence L BES EBR maps onto a direct sum J J J 0 modulo I. Let v be the natural map: M -7 M/I. Bj Define if>:(LSoEBR)/I-7M/I by if>(EAj ) = v(EAj),VjEw,if>(EB )= O,VBES o {A j /j E w}.

43. Let R be noetherian, ME NR the set of zero divisors on M. Then THEOREM Z(M) = = U ~OPj' Pj prime, (b) P prime 2 (0 : M) implies P 2 Pi (c) I f Z (M) ~ 30 of=- m E M, ml = O. 44. Let for some i. P be the set of all prime ideals of R. n pE pP is nil, and if R is noetherian it is nilpo ten t. (b) Unions and intersections of chains in P are again in P. 25 HOMOLOGICAL DIMENSIONS OF MODULES Definitions. (a) Let P be a prime ideal of R. Then let height P = ht P ;;;;. •• :::J Pn descending from P. (b) The Krull dimension of R, dim R = sup {ht PIP a prime ideal of R}.