The Myths of Rings
Rings are decorative circular bands of precious metal or other decorative material worn on the fingers, toes, or even through the nose. Throughout history, rings have represented authority, fidelity, and social status. The rings’ unique shapes and symbols have been the focus of a wide variety of myths. Here are some examples of rings and their meanings. For starters, the rings on the right hand of a woman’s right hand represent her virginity. The Rings franchise has a storied history. The original Ring was one of the first films to use a similar premise, and the second installment has a wildly different cast. In the first film, Naomi Watts played Samara, a pregnant teen who went missing thirty years ago. In the third film, Julia follows Samara’s trail to uncover what happened to her. Samara was a very strict person, and her death is a mystery. The study of rings has roots in algebraic number theory and geometric algebra. Polynomials can be represented as rings. Fermat used the Gaussian integers to prove his famous two-square theorem. Other branches of mathematics include topology. The integers and polynomials are the simplest rings. Some of the more interesting rings are named after investigators. There are commutative and associative properties of rings, but they all share a common attribute: the inverse of the ring. As a remake, Rings doesn’t follow the same trajectory of the original film. The original film was about a killer videotape, which must be passed on within seven days to live. Because of the time period, social media and viral videos were unheard of, Rings takes a different approach. Instead of trying to spread a viral video, Samara must hope that someone will purchase a blank tape and pass it on. In addition to being nonnegative integer powers, ring elements can also have zero divisors. A nilpotent element in a ring is an element in the ring which has no zero-divisors. A ring containing a zero-divisor is a zero-ring. A nonnegative integer power of an element is called an idempotent element. The non-negative integer power of a ring is a ring with a negative divisor. In other words, a ring has a maximal ideal. It is called a prime if it has no other ideals between it and the ring. A prime number p can be a perfect subring of a ring of a given size. It is a prime if the ideal is large enough. An ideal ring is an infinite number of rings. A ring has a maximal ideal, but a commutative ideal has an infinite number of subrings.