how do we directly prove that if a ring is a field if and only if (0) is a maximal ideal? but without using the theorem that I is maximal if and only if R/I is a field
how do we directly prove that if a ring is a field if and only if (0) is a maximal ideal? but without using the theorem that I is maximal if and only if R/I is a field
can anyone help me please ??
A unitary ring R is a field iff all its non-zero elements are invertible iff the principal ideal
$\displaystyle \langle r\rangle\,,\forall\,0\neq r\in R$ is the whole ring iff its (unique) proper ideal {0} is maximal.