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(Dis)prove: Let R\, be a commutative ring with more than one element. If for every nonzero element a\, of R\,, we have aR=R\,, then R\, is a field.

aR=R\implies ab=1\, for some b\in R,b\neq 0\implies R\, is a field.

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