In an integral domain
show: if p is a prime in an integral domain, then p is irreducible.
This problem is easy, it just uses the definition of "prime" and "irreducible". Say that p = a*b where (p is a non-zero non-unit) now argue that one of these numbers a,b needs to be units.
Originally Posted by kalagota
Originally Posted by ThePerfectHacker
that is where i am stuck.. :confused:
EDIT: got it already.. thanks TPH for the response!!