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By Scott T. Chapman

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Hence (a) ⊆ (a, b)∗ ∩ (a, c)∗ = ((a, b)(a, c))∗ ⊆ (a); so (a) = ((a, b)(a, c))∗ . So (a, b) and (a, c) are ∗-invertible. Thus (a, b)∗ = (d) and (a, c)∗ = (e) for some d, e ∈ D. So (a) = (d)(e) and hence a = ude for some unit u. But then a ∗-pseudo-irreducible and (d, c)∗ = D gives ud or e is a unit. If ud is a unit, (a) = (e) and c ∈ (a, c)∗ = (e) = (a). Likewise e a unit gives c ∈ (a). So a is ∗-pseudo-prime. (2)=⇒(3) Clear. (3)=⇒(2) Let a be ∗-pseudo-irreducible. Then a has a ∗-comaximal factorization a = a1 · · · an where each ai is ∗-pseudo-prime.

B) P ic(R0 ) = HP ic(R). (c) If R is almost normal, then P ic(R0 ) = P ic(R). Proof. 5]. Our next goal is to determine when Cl(D) = Cl(D[Γ]). 4. 6. Let R be a graded integral domain such that R0 ⊆ R is an inert extension. Then HCl(R) = Cl(R) if and only if R is almost normal. Proof. 1]. 7. Let R be a Z+ -graded integral domain. Then HCl(R) = Cl(R) if and only if R is almost normal. Proof. 8]. 6 since in this case R0 ⊆ R is an inert extension. 11]. 6. 7]. 2]. In fact, one can define the divisor class group Cl(Γ) of the Krull monoid Γ, and it turns out that Cl(Γ) ∼ = Cl(K[Γ]) (see [41] and [54, Section 16]).

Proof. We have already mentioned part (a). Part (b) is clear by comments in the previous section. 1] and uses facts from [11]. The most popular problem seems to be to determine conditions for A + XB[X] to be an HFD. Partial results have appeared in many of the papers listed above. 3]. Below we give three conditions for A + XB[X] to be an HFD. A surprising consequence of part (b) is that A + XB[X] can be an HFD without B[X] being an HFD. 3. Let A ⊆ B be an extension of integral domains and R = A+XB[X].

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