inverse element

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inverse element

[′in‚vərs ′el·ə·mənt]
(mathematics)
In a group G the inverse of an element g is the unique element g -1 such that g · g -1= g -1· g = e, where · denotes the group operation and e is the identity element.
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every right invertible element of S is left invertible or vice versa;
3) All right cancellable elements of S are right invertible.
Hence for every right cancellable element c of S, cS = S, that is, every right cancellable element of S is right invertible as required.