By E.M. Chirka

ISBN-10: 0792302346

ISBN-13: 9780792302346

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Using the map K1 (R) → GL(R)ab already constructed, we find that α ⊕ idQ ⊕ idQ = α ⊕ idQ + α ⊕ idQ in GL(R)ab and hence also in colimP Aut(P )ab . But this says precisely that α = α + α as elements in colimP Aut(P )ab , and this is what we needed to check. 7). 7) are isomorphisms. 7) are isomorphisms, and that the left vertical map is an isomorphism. So all the maps are isomorphisms. Observe that det : GL(R) → R∗ factors through the abelianization and therefore yields an induced map det : K1 (R) → R∗ .

It is useful to say that a column or row operation is allowable if the corresponding elementary matrix belongs to E(R). 9. (a) For any X ∈ Mn (R) the matrix A 0 0 A−1 (b) If A ∈ GLn (R) then I X 0 I and its transpose belong to E(R). ∈ E(R). (c) Let A be a matrix obtained from the identity by switching two colums and multiplying one of the switched columns by −1. Then A ∈ E(R), and similarly for the transpose of A. Proof. For part (a) just note that I0 X can be obtained from the identity matrix I by a sequence of allowable column operations of the type discussed above.

Proof. One must show that if A ∈ GL(F ) satisfies det(A) = 1 then A ∈ [GL(F ), GL(F )] = E(F ). We first observe that if A is a diagonal matrix of determinant 1 then A lies in E(F ). This can be proven by matrix manipulation, but the following argument is a bit easier to write. We use that GL(F )/E(F ) ∼ = K1 (F ). Let d1 , . . , dn be the diagonal entries of A. 4 and the second equality is by relation (b). Now let A be an arbitrary n × n matrix of determinant 1. We will use two types of column (and row) operations: adding a multiple of one column/row to another, and switching two columns together with a sign change of one of them.

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