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By Derek J.S. Robinson

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14: Let W = {[0, aI] | aI  Q+I ‰ {0}} be a pure neutrosophic interval semigroup under addition (or multiplication). W has only pure neutrosophic interval subsemigroups and has no ideals. 15: Let N = {[0, aI] | aI  R+I ‰ {0}} be a pure neutrosophic interval semigroup under addition (or multiplication). N has no ideals, N has only pure neutrosophic interval subsemigroups given by P = {[0, aI] | aI  Z + I ‰ {0}} Ž N or T = {[0, aI] | aI  Q+ I ‰ {0}} Ž N and so on. However P and T are not ideals of N under addition or multiplication.

For [0, 1]xi in S generates a cyclic group under addition where 1 d i d 8. 15: Let ­ 6 S = ®¦ [0, a i ]x i x 7 ¯i 0 1, x8 = x, so on; ai  Z6} be a polynomial interval semigroup under multiplication. For if p(x) = [0, 1]x + [0, 5]x5 + [0, 2] and q(x) = [0, 4] + [0, 3 3]x in S the p(x)q(x) = ([0, 2] + [0, 1]x + [0, 5]x5) u ([0, 4] + [0, 3]x3) = [0, 2] [0, 4] + [0, 2] [0, 3]x3 + [0, 1]x [0, 4] + [0, 1]x [0, 3]x3 + [0, 5]x5 [0, 4] + [0, 5]x5. [0, 3]x3 = [0,2] + [0,0] x3 + [0,4]x + [0,3]x4 + [0,2] x5 + [0,3]x.

If a interval polynomial semigroup S has no proper interval polynomial subsemigroups we call S to be a simple interval polynomial semigroup. 40 We now proceed onto define polynomial interval semigroup under multiplication. 3: Let ­f V = ®¦ [ 0,ai ] xi ai  Z  ‰ { 0 } ¯i 0 (or Zn or R+ ‰ {0}, or Q+ ‰ {0}, x a variable} be a collection of interval polynomials. If product is defined on V then V is a interval polynomial semigroup under multiplication. We will illustrate this situation by some examples.

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