from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. (of an algebra) containing a multiplicative identity element (or unit), i.e. an element 1 with the property 1x = x1 = x for all elements x of the algebra.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Of or pertaining to a unit; unitary.
Shall the giving or the gaining of a fortune make necessary the unital of lives over which holier influences have beamed and loftier hopes shone?
No export appearing in the Commerce and Navigation Returns, and nothing but the rags meeting his unital gaze, Mr. Greeley at once posted his national ledger with a loss of $1,440,000, the cost of the rags in Italy.
A '' 'basis' '' for a [[module (mathematics) | unital module]]
If M is a unital module, the expression nm has the same meaning in this sense as it does thinking of This example already shows that not every module has a basis.
To ensure that the people are the real masters of the country, that state power is really in their hands, we must strengthen these institutions and give them (ital) full (unital) play. "