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10 Let M e TA and let K C M. Identify each subset X C M with &M(X). The following are equivalent. (a) M/K e TA(b)K = MnttA(KA). (c) Given K' C M such that K'A C KA then K' C K. Proof: (a) => (c) Assume part (a) and suppose we are given a right £7-submodule K' C M such that K'A C KA. We assume without loss of generality that K C K'. 3(a) the image of the induced map TA(K) -> TA(M) is KA and TA(M) = MA. 10) *K -Af HA(KA) - H^(M/l) -0 3>M \$M 4>K 0 -N • UATA(f) with exact rows in ME, where <\$>K is the restriction of §M to K.

C) is proved in a manner analogous to part (b). 6 (a) Inasmuch as E is projective relative to each ^-resolution, qE : M(ME) — • MEj qE ' M0(ME) —> (ME)o, <1E : M(FA) — • FA, and QE ' M0(^A) —> (FA)O are category equivalences. (b) Let R = Z and let A be a divisible abelian group. 5(a), A is projective relative to each A-resolution. Then qA : M(VA) — • VA is a category equivalence. 30 THEODORE G. ) Thus, we are forced to consider choice functions. 7 A set function \i : C -> M(C) is called a resolved choice function if f^t(X) is an A-resolution of X for each X G C.

The assignments Q 1—• 1Q = JIQ and M 1—• fiM define a resolved choice function \x : ME ~* M(ME) such that /i(Q) — 1Q if Q G £ # and MM G MO(ME) if M G ( M E ) O . M/*. 8. 9. 12 Let A e MR. (a) 7 = y in M(C) iff there are maps (gf, g) : 7 —> V and (h/, h) : 7' —• 7 in 7£(C) such that g — h~l. (b) ~g is an epimorphism (monomorphism) in M(C) if q^(g) is an epimorphism (monomorphism) in C. 13 Let A e MR. (a) The direct sum of a family {jt : Pt —> Gx \i G 1} in M(C) is the canonical map 0t€/7t : QxeiPt — • 0*€/G t in A^ii provided 0 t e / G t G C.