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International Journal of Mathematics and Mathematical Sciences
Volume 2006 (2006), Article ID 35238, 7 pages

The Armendariz module and its application to the Ikeda-Nakayama module

Department of Mathematic, Faculty of Science-Literature, Kocatepe University, ANS Campus, Afyon 03200, Turkey

Received 21 December 2005; Revised 5 July 2006; Accepted 5 September 2006

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A ring R is called a right Ikeda-Nakayama (for short IN-ring) if the left annihilator of the intersection of any two right ideals is the sum of the left annihilators, that is, if (IJ)=(I)+(J) for all right ideals I and J of R. R is called Armendariz ring if whenever polynomials f(x)=a0+a1x++amxm, g(x)=b0+b1x++bnxnR[x] satisfy f(x)g(x)=0, then aibj=0 for each i,j. In this paper, we show that if R[x] is a right IN-ring, then R is a right IN-ring in case R is an Armendariz ring.