Answer to Question #17266 in Abstract Algebra for Tsit Lam
Show that if a left ideal I ⊆ R is left quasi-regular, then it is quasi-regular.
We must show that every b ∈ I is right quasi-regular. Choose a ∈ R such that a ◦ b = 0. Then a = ab− b ∈ I so there exists b' ∈ R with b' ◦ a = 0. But then b = 0◦b = (b' ◦ a) ◦ b = b' ◦ (a ◦ b) = b', so we have b ◦ a = 0, as desired.
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