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X) = [ ], where is the extension obtained as follows: Let 0→K→P →C→0 be an exact sequence with P projective. The sequence ∂ HomR (P, A) → HomR (K, A) → Ext1R (C, A) → 0 is exact, so x = ∂(β) for some β : K → A. , first square is a pushout) and g is induced by 0 : A → C and h : P → C. Here is a proof of the second statement of the theorem. Let [ ] ∈ e(C, A). The extension gives rise to an exact sequence f∗ ∂ HomR (B, A) → HomR (A, A) → Ext1R (C, A). If Φ([ ]) = 0 then 1A ∈ ker ∂ = im f ∗ so there exists j : B → A such that 1A = f ∗ (j) = jf and is split.

4. 32 (Extension) Let A and C be R-modules. An extension of C by A is an exact sequence f g 0 → A → B → C → 0. : Two extensions and of C by A are equivalent if there exists a chain map from one to the other that is the identity on A and on C: : GA 0 :  GB 1  GA 0 GC ϕ  1 GC GB G0 G0 (in this case ϕ is an isomorphism by the five lemma). Denote by [ ] the equivalence class of the extension under this relation and let e(C, A) denote the set of all equivalence classes of extensions of C by A. We define an addition on e(C, A).

The sequence ∂ HomR (P, A) → HomR (K, A) → Ext1R (C, A) → 0 is exact, so x = ∂(β) for some β : K → A. , first square is a pushout) and g is induced by 0 : A → C and h : P → C. Here is a proof of the second statement of the theorem. Let [ ] ∈ e(C, A). The extension gives rise to an exact sequence f∗ ∂ HomR (B, A) → HomR (A, A) → Ext1R (C, A). If Φ([ ]) = 0 then 1A ∈ ker ∂ = im f ∗ so there exists j : B → A such that 1A = f ∗ (j) = jf and is split. 5. (Yoneda extension) The results of the preceding section generalize.

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