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## Tag: 0743

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Definition 10.2.5. Given a $k$-algebra $A$ we denote $A^{op}$ the $k$-algebra we get by reversing the order of multiplication in $A$. This is called the opposite algebra.

\begin{definition}
\label{definition-opposite}
Given a $k$-algebra $A$ we denote $A^{op}$ the $k$-algebra we get by
reversing the order of multiplication in $A$. This is called the
{\it opposite algebra}.
\end{definition}


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