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INTEGER. Whole, untouched. Res integra means a question which is new and undecided. 2 Kent, Com. 177.

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n]]] is the ring of integers of the nth real cyclotomic field Q([[zeta].
Let Z be the ring of integers and Q be a quasigroup defined by the following table;
Ichimura, Note on the ring of integers of a Kummer extension of prime degree.
Let (Z12 (I), +, *) be a neutrosophic ring of integers modulo 12 and let S(I) and T(I) be subsets of [Z.
One may ask whether this is still true if the ring of integers in Q([square root of d]) is replaced by the ring of integers in other number fields and this question is at present far from being solved.
Depending on the structure of the ring of integers in Q([cube root of d]) there are two possibilities, which are considered separately.