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Hey everyone!

Lately I remembered an excersice exercise from an algebra class from Jacobson's book: Prove that if an element has more than one right inverse then it has infinetely infinitely many, Jacobson atributes attributes this excercise to Kaplansky. Regardless of the solution I began to wonder:

Does anybody know any explicit examples of rings that have this property of having elements with infinetely infinitely many (or, thanks to Kaplansky, multiple) right inverses? Is the same true for left inverses? I came across an article from the AMS Bulletin that studied this topic but skimming through it I could not find an explicit example, sorry I cant remember the author. Anyways, thanx thanks and good luck!

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Rings with right inverses

Hey everyone!

Lately I remembered an excersice from an algebra class from Jacobson's book: Prove that if an element has more than one right inverse then it has infinetely many, Jacobson atributes this excercise to Kaplansky. Regardless of the solution I began to wonder:

Does anybody know any explicit examples of rings that have this property of having elements with infinetely many (or, thanks to Kaplansky, multiple) right inverses? Is the same true for left inverses? I came across an article from the AMS Bulletin that studied this topic but skimming through it I could not find an explicit example, sorry I cant remember the author. Anyways, thanx and good luck!