n](a, b, c, d, e, f) is a

two-sided ideal of complexity n.

Similarly we can show that [N (L) [union] N (S) N (L)] is a neutrosophic

two-sided ideal of N(S).

n] - [lambda]) is a

two-sided ideal of [mathematical expression not reproducible].

n]

two-sided ideal of R, n [greater than or equal to] 1 a fixed integer such that [a[[r.

6] that I is the largest liminal

two-sided ideal of A.

In other words, let A be any algebra, and I be a

two-sided ideal in A.

n]) [member of] l and I be a

two-sided ideal in a topological algebra A.

In particular we need to recall that, when R is prime and I a

two-sided ideal of R, then I, R and U satisfy the same generalized polynomial identities [3] and also the same differential identities [10].

Let A be a unital left TQ-algebra (right TQ-algebra and TQ-algebra) and I a closed

two-sided ideal in A, then the quotient algebra A/1 is a left TQ-algebra (right TQ-algebra and TQ-algebra).

If I is both left and right ideal of R, we say I is a

two-sided ideal, or simply ideal, of R.

We then have that K(H) is a closed

two-sided ideal in L(H).

1]), s [member of] G, are units in A, then every intersection of a nonzero

two-sided ideal of A [[?