Look at the factorisationsHello all,
I am finishing up this chapter in my book with regards to UFD's, and it presented an interesting question that ties in with unique prime factorization. Here is what it says:
It can be shown directly that is not a UFD by finding an integer which factors into primes in more than one way. These two factorizations are related to the unique prime factorization in the quadratic integers in
Can anyone show me this directly and explain how those factorizations are related?