right identity

right identity

[′rīt ī′den·əd·ē]
(mathematics)
In a set on which a binary operation ° is defined, an element e with the property that a ° e = a for every element a in the set.
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If an LA-semigroup S has a right identity, then S is a commutative semigroup.
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This structure is closely related with a commutative semigroup, because if an -semigroup contains a right identity, then it becomes a commutative semigroup [12].
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However an AG-groupoid with right identity becomes a commutative semigroup with identity e [2].