Let be a semigroup.
Let be such that:
Prove that has an identity element.
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Thanks Kalagota - I've got that far but haven't got further.
I think I can establish that if there's an identity element then it needs to be .
I think that if I can then establish that both and need to be equal to then the job is done.
I haven't been able to rule out the possibility that and need not be equal to .
And I can get no further.